Westminster News

Princes Mead children visit Parliament

Steve Brine joined a large group of children from Princes Mead School on Monday 4th February as they visited the Houses of Parliament.

Citizen application fees scrapped

Steve Brine has welcomed confirmation that the Government is to scrap the £65 fee which EU citizens were going to pay to apply for the right to continue to live in the UK after Brexit.

Cleaning up our air

Steve Brine and Cllr Jan Warwick have welcomed news that Environment Secretary Michael Gove has launched an ambitious new strategy to clean up our air and save lives.

Harestock children visit Parliament

Steve Brine welcomed a group of Year 6 children to Parliament on Tuesday 8th January.

They took a tour of Parliament, which including watching part of a debate on Brexit, before meeting their MP for a special Q&A session.

MP addresses Westminster diabetes debate

Steve Brine spoke in a Westminster Hall debate on diabetes on Tuesday 8th January. The Winchester & Chandler’s Ford MP is also the Public Health Minister, and he responded to Sir John Hayes MP’s debate on behalf of the Government.

Minister addresses Bloodwise campaign launch

Steve Brine spoke about the NHS long-term plan and the ambition to diagnose 75% of all cancers at an early stage during a campaign launch on Parliament on Tuesday 8th January.

The one where Steve met Jamie & Jimmy

Steve Brine appeared as a guest on Jamie Oliver’s Channel 4 Show over the Christmas holiday period. He popped up in the café on Southend Pier as part of Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast to chat with the lads about health and their #Nutrition4Medics campaign.