Westminster News

College students visit Parliament

A group of students from Peter Symonds College visited Parliament on Tuesday 27th November.

They took a tour of the Palace of Westminster and then met up with their MP, Steve Brine, for a Q&A session.

Kings’ school visit Parliament

Steve Brine met up with Year 7 students from Kings’ school on Monday 26th November as they visited the Houses of Parliament.

The group took in the tour alongside a film shown by Parliament’s Education Service, before they met up with their MP for a chat.

Steve's view on the draft Withdrawal Agreement

Winchester & Chandler's Ford MP, Steve Brine, has this evening posted his analysis of the draft Withdrawal Agreement agreed between the UK Government and the European Union.

Sparsholt children visit Parliament

Year 6 children hit Parliament on Monday 12th November as they took a tour of the Palace of Westminster and met their MP, Steve Brine.

They began in the House of Lords, and were then led through the Division Lobby into the House of Commons.

MP responds in Ovarian Cancer debate

Steve Brine spoke in a Westminster Hall debate on ovarian cancer diagnosis and treatment on Tuesday 30th October. The Winchester & Chandler’s Ford MP is also the Cancer Minister, and he responded to Lee Rowley MP’s debate on behalf of the Government.

Maintenance boost for local road users

An additional £420m has been made available to English local authorities to spend on road maintenance, money that has come from the hard work of British people as austerity begins to come to an end.

Budget 2018 - reaction from Steve Brine

Winchester & Chandler's MP, Steve Brine, has praised the 2018 Budget for its record NHS investment and much-needed help for retailers in his Hampshire constituency.