US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been with Commons Chair Lindsay Hoyle for 20 years in her hometown of Chorley, Lancashire.NS G7 Chairman’s Meeting.
Ms. Pelosi, along with other speakers and chairs from the G7 countries, attended Astley Hall to discuss the issues facing Congress after being welcomed to the northwestern market town by the town crier.
“It was a great first day of a panel event at the G7 Speaker Conference,” Sir Lindsay tweeted. “We talked about the role of social media in open parliament, local voices on international affairs, and how to balance public access to parliament with how to keep members safe,” he said. I am writing.
Astley Hall is a Grade I-listed historic home surrounded by lakes and forests, planted with trees to represent the G7 countries.
The conference is traditionally held locally by the chairman, and Sir Lindsey thinks “there is no better place in the country than his member Chorley” to welcome the seven most influential politicians in the world. Said that it can be done.
Pelosi is “privileged” to join Sir Lindsay’s “Proud Hometown Chorley” and is “happy to meet” President Richard Ferrand of the French National Assembly and President Roberto Fico of the Italian Chamber of Commerce. Tweeted. Chamber of Deputies.
Victoria Jayne has lived in Chorley for 20 years. She said Lindsey had already put Chorley “on the political map” as Speaker of the House, but the summit “takes things to a new level.”
A crowd gathered at 9am this morning to welcome Sir Lindsey and the other G7 speakers. People were “waving flags from all over the world,” and when Mr. Pelosi got out of the car, there was “applause,” Jane said.
she said Me: “I wanted to take my dog for his usual walk at Astley Park and see the speakers arrive.
“Nancy Pelosi is like a personal icon. She is one of the most powerful women in international politics and it’s great to see her in Chorley.
“Soon, many of the countries have a chance to look away from the Westminster bubble. It’s great to see the northwestern town on the stage of international politics, which has made Lancashire famous and I hope it helps bring in the investment. “
Catherine Latter, 53, was born in Chorley, lived in Yorkshire for 20 years and recently returned home.
“I just saw the red arrow make an amazing flyover,” she said. Me.. “Everyone is lively and proud, so there are people as important as Nancy in such a typical northern town.
“The presence of such elders in Congress, the Northerners, makes you understand that things can really mean that things start to happen” northward “-it’s a new meaning to” level up “. And show that there is life outside London. “