Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

10 JAN 2017

Harestock children visit Parliament

Steve Brine welcomed a group from Harestock Primary School to Parliament on Tuesday 10th January.

The school took advantage of Parliament's Education Service to experience the trip, and their local MP was on hand to answer questions from the group.

The session took place between two Commons votes, and Steve was able to demonstrate to the children how MPs vote in the lobbies, and how the telling works.

Speaking afterwards, Steve said: "I say time and again how hosting youngsters here in Parliament is the best part of my job, and I really enjoyed today's session, in particular demonstrating exactly how we vote.

"The Harestock children were, as ever, an absolute pleasure to have here, and they are a credit to their school and their parents."

 

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