Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

02 MAR 2015

Toynbee school visit Westminster

Steve Brine met up with students and staff from Toynbee school as he hosted them in the House of Commons on Monday 2nd March.

The Chandler's Ford MP met up with the group, led by headteacher Matthew Longden, after they had been on a tour of the Houses of Parliament, and took time to speak with the students who were learning more about democracy, before holding a special Q&A session.

Speaking afterwards, Steve said: "Welcoming schools from the constituency to Westminster is one of my favourite parts of the job and I have done my best to get as many of them here in the past five as possible.

"The young people from Toynbee were absolutely brilliant and asked some of the best questions I've had. They are such a decent bunch and I hope they enjoyed their day in Westminster.

"I was especially pleased that three of those attending felt they'd like to be MPs one day!"


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