Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

01 JUN 2015

Weeke schoolchildren visit Parliament

Steve Brine hosted a group from Weeke Primary School on Monday 1st June, as they visited London to look around the Houses of Parliament.

The children took a tour of the estate, and then sat down to take part in a Q&A session with Steve, who was re-elected to the Commons back on Thursday 7th May.

Steve said: "This was my first school tour since I came back in May, and I really enjoyed it. All the kids asked a question, and they had clearly worked hard as they all had something prepared.

"It was great to be able to discuss the various manifesto pledges we will now be putting into action, including the childcare bill and our important work, which I have been closely involved in, on psychoactive substances."


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