Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

12 DEC 2017

Peter Symonds students visit Parliament

Steve Brine hosted a group of sixth-formers in Parliament on Tuesday 12th December as Peter Symonds students visited the House.

They took in a tour of the Palace of Westminster, and experienced Parliament's Education service, before having a Q&A session with Steve.

The Winchester MP said: "I enjoyed taking a set of strong and wide-ranging questions from the students, and we had really good engagement. I am pleased we were able to do this today, and hope the group took a lot out of the experience."

 

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