Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

14 JUN 2016

Children from Twyford School visit Parliament

Steve Brine met up with children and staff from Twyford School on Tuesday 14th June as they took a tour of Parliament.

The Year 7 group also had the opportunity to ask Steve about a number of issues as they met him in the Jubilee Room for a special Q&A session.

Among the topics which came up were the EU referendum and the situation with football hooliganism in France, as well as asking Steve why he had wanted to be an MP.

Steve said: "Yet another great visit from a school in my constituency, and I was delighted to be able to chat to the children and answer their questions. I love holding these sessions, they are always lively and I always get asked some fantastic questions."

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