Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

23 APR 2018

Sparsholt College visit Parliament

Steve Brine met up with a group of Year 12 and Year 13 students from Sparsholt College as they visited Parliament on Monday 23rd April.

The students are currently studying a course that encompasses major security incidents such as the Westminster Bridge Terror Attack, London Bridge Terror Attack and the Salisbury incident.

They were also interested in asking Steve's thoughts on his role as a Health Minister around the Salisbury attack and his Ministerial responsibility for Porton Down. Questions ranged from how the MP entered Parliament to his education and Brexit.

Steve Brine said: "I was very pleased to be able to speak to the students from Sparsholt College and I always make time for visiting groups. They asked some very pertinent questions and I hope the event, as well as being enjoyable, was very useful for their studies."

Pictured; Steve Brine with students from Sparsholt College

 

 

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