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The Winchester Post - Autumn 2019

Another full colour four-page newspaper - 100% positive in content - delivered to homes across Winchester within Steve Brine's constituency. This newspaper is produced by Winchester & Chandler's Ford MP, Steve Brine.

MP raises medicine supply post-Brexit

Ahead of this evening’s crunch vote on whether to delay Brexit, Steve Brine sought reassurances  from the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Michael Gove, who is responsible for government preparations in case of a so called “No deal Brexit”.

Steve Brine challenges the PM on Brexit negotiations

Steve Brine spoke in the House of Commons today on Parliament’s first day back from recess, to ask the Prime Minister for evidence that negotiations to secure a deal with the EU were progressing.

Statement from Steve Brine MP

Speaking from the House of Commons after a crunch Brexit vote, Steve Brine MP said;

“This week’s battle in Parliament was always going to come but the basic fact is we live in a parliamentary democracy in this country and no Government, should forget that.

Steve Brine MP welcomes massive schools funding boost

The Prime Minister has announced that we are boosting schools with a record £14 billion, levelling up per pupil funding across the country so every child in Winchester & Chandler’s Ford has a world class education.

Bighton fete 2019

Steve Brine took his family to Bighton on Sunday 1st September as they visited the Bighton fete.

The annual event, known as the ‘biggest little fete in Hampshire’ had a BBQ, a dog show and ‘Dog Olympics’, egg-throwing and a prize draw among much more.

Winnall next stop for Summer Tour

Steve Brine brought his 2019 Summer Tour to the heart of Winnall this morning with a special street surgery.

He spent the morning outside the shops in Garbett Road chatting with residents and picking up casework on behalf of constituents.

Summer Tour visits King’s Worthy

Steve Brine 2019 Summer Tour continued at pace on Thursday 1st August as the Winchester MP held a pop-up surgery at the Fraser Rd shops.

Young Emily joined the team for the non-stop session, where as ever a range of national and very local issues came up.