Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

14 DEC 2017

Steve Brine welcomes strengthened animal welfare laws

Steve Brine has welcomed news that a new law will ensure animal abusers are jailed for up to 5 years and animal sentience is reflected in domestic law, under plans published by the Environment Secretary, Michael Gove. The Government has published a draft bill which would increase the maximum prison...


11 DEC 2017

Steve Brine welcomes transformation in reading standards

Steve Brine MP has welcomed the announcement that reforms to the national curriculum have seen the best reading standards in England for over 15 years. In 2010 the government announced that all schools would be required to use phonics to teach children to read. Since then, England has risen to join...


01 DEC 2017

Osborne School Students Receive Award for First World War Project

Two students from Osborne School in Winchester were invited to the House of Lords last week to receive a special prize for their First World War legacy project. Jack Dunford and Ben Morgan, both Year 10 students at the maintained special school, were recognised for putting together one of the six b...


27 NOV 2017

Itchen Abbas children visit Parliament

A group of Year 6 children from Itchen Abbas Primary School visited Parliament on Monday 27th November. The children, and staff, took a tour of the Palace of Westminster, before meeting up with their MP for a lively Q&A session and then going onto the Terrace for a photo by the River Thames. S...


23 NOV 2017

New discount rail card for under 30s

Steve Brine has welcomed news that the Chancellor has announced plans for a new discount rail card for 26-30 year olds. As part of a number of measures in the upcoming Budget which will help young people, the Government is now working with the rail industry to introduce a new discounted rail card f...


22 NOV 2017

South Wonston children visit Parliament

Steve Brine hosted a group from South Wonston School as they visited Parliament on Wednesday 22nd November. The two Year 6 classes took a tour of the House, before meeting Steve straight after the Budget for a Q&A session. Steve said: "What a pleasure to chat with the kids from South Wonston, ...


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Written Answers — Department of Health: General Practitioners (13 Dec 2017)
Steve Brine: A general practitioner (GP) network is an informal collaboration of multiple practices. The Department and NHS England does not monitor, control or regulate these arrangements. However, as the GP Forward View said, it is becoming increasingly normal for general practices to work together at scale and form into networks or federations of practices. Larger organisational forms will enable...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Pupils: Diabetes (13 Dec 2017)
Steve Brine: No assessment has taken place, and no data regarding the number of children with Type 1 diabetes experiencing a serious medical episode in a school environment is centrally held.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Drugs: Misuse (13 Dec 2017)
Steve Brine: The Government is investing £16 billion over the Spending Review period for local authorities (LAs) to spend on public health. LAs are responsible for making decisions on how to spend their local allocation but the public health grant conditions make it clear that they must have regard for the need to improve the take up of, and outcomes from, their drug and alcohol misuse treatment...


Contact Steve Brine in Westminster

Call your MP in his Commons office on 0207 219 7189 or email steve.brine.mp@parliament.uk

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