Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

05 NOV 2014

Annual Osborne School visit to Parliament

Steve Brine met up with children and staff from Osborne School in Parliament on Wednesday 5th November as the school took its annual trip to the House of Commons.

They were taken on an organised tour of Parliament, before heading off for lunch and a special Question & Answer session with their MP.

Speaking afterwards, Steve said: "The visit of Osborne School is one of the real highlights of my year in the House. They are so pleased to come and so full of excitement. It's lovely to have them.

"I've had some great questions from schoolchildren over the years, but today's 'Mr Brine, how exactly did God save the Queen' is my all-time favourite! I said very quickly at the time that is one for the teachers to answer on the train ride home."

 

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