Britain to provide contraception to save lives

Steve Brine has warmly welcomed news that Britain will save the lives of thousands of women in the developing world by providing urgently needed contraceptive supplies.

Update on Ovarian Cancer All-Party Group

A number of MPs from the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Ovarian Cancer met Care Services Minister Paul Burstow on the 29th November.

MP update on power cuts in Kings Worthy

Following his work on behalf of Kings Worthy residents who have suffered from a spate of power cuts over recent months, Steve Brine has given a cautious welcome to news that SSE Power Distribution are taking the matter seriously.

Itchen Abbas Primary School visit Westminster

Youngsters from Itchen Abbas Primary School took a trip to the House of Commons on Monday 28th November.


They were hosted by their MP, Steve Brine, who met up with them in Portcullis House after they had taken a tour of the historic palace with Headteacher Andrew Robson.

Steve Brine elected to Justice Select Committee

Winchester & Chandler's Ford MP Steve Brine has been elected to a powerful House of Commons committee.

Mr Brine will now serve on the Justice Select Committee following an election among MPs, held on Tuesday 29 November 2011.

MP welcomes Autumn Statement

Steve Brine has welcomed the Autumn Statement, given by Chancellor George Osborne in the House of Commons on Tuesday 29th November.

Meeting U3A in Westminster

Steve Brine met local members of The University of the Third Age in Westminster on Tuesday 29th November.

The group of twelve took in a guided tour of the House, which was particularly busy in the run-up to George Osborne's Autumn Statement due in the afternoon.

Severe weather contingency from train operators

Following two severe winters, South West Trains and Network Rail have announced additional measures they are putting in place this year to improve the service they provide commuters.

Concern over High Street Market

Traders in Winchester High Street have raised concerns after some stores experienced a drop in sales after market stalls were moved outside their shops.

Visiting Hiltingbury Junior School

Steve Brine spent a morning at Hiltingbury Junior School on Friday 25th November, where he was given a tour by staff and children.