Essex

General election 2019: Your questions about Essex

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Image caption Rochford and Southend East is one of 18 constituencies in Essex

On 12 December the UK will go to the polls for the third time since 2015.

Voters across Essex will be asked to choose 18 members of parliament.

Brexit is expected to be a key topic, as Essex was one of the most pro-Leave parts of the UK in the 2016 referendum.

Immigration is likely to be on the agenda after the bodies of 39 people were found in a lorry container in Grays.

Health could be another priority after at least 33 people in the county were infected with Strep A bacteria.

Is there something you want to know about how the general election could affect your constituency?

Send us your questions using the form below and we will try to answer them.

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