Prime Minister's Questions

Winchester & Chandler's Ford MP Steve Brine invites constituents who would like to visit Parliament and watch Prime Minister's Question Time to get in touch by emailing Steve.

In line with all MPs, Steve receives around three confirmed pairs of tickets each calendar year. To ensure absolute fairness, he holds a ballot up to two weeks before each date from all received entries. Please state on your entry email whether you would like to be entered for a specific date (as below) or would like to remain in the draw for future dates as published. If you do not specify, we will keep your name in the draw.

The current published dates:

Wednesday 13th November 2019 was published as the next date but, due to the Dissolution of Parliament for a General Election on 12th December, this will not be able to go-ahead. Future dates will appear on this page as/when appropriate.

Please email Steve to enter for future draws; if you are already in the ballot there is no need to re-register. If you would like to be notified when new dates become available, please email us.

Flashback: Steve asked Prime Minister David Cameron one of his final questions at PMQs. Watch this.

Please note: from time to time, the Prime Minister is out of the country on official business (eg; at a foreign summit) and it is usual practice for Cabinet Secretary (David Liddington) to stand in on those occasions.

Pictured above; Steve Brine on his feet in the House of Commons, in March 2019 asking Prime Minister Theresa May a question shortly after returning to the backbenches.

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Oliver James and his mum Lisa took a trip to Westminster on Wednesday 11th July courtesy of Steve Brine's PMQs ballot.