Westminster News

South Wonston children visit Parliament

Steve Brine hosted a group from South Wonston School as they visited Parliament on Wednesday 22nd November. The two Year 6 classes took a tour of the House, before meeting Steve straight after the Budget for a Q&A session.

Steve Brine visits Terrence Higgins Trust

Steve Brine visited the Terrence Higgins Trust on Monday 20th November to mark HIV Self-Testing week.

The Health Minister discussed a range of topics at a roundtable meeting, with people of all ages who are living with HIV, some of whom have been infected for decades.

CCTV for all slaughterhouses

Steve Brine has warmly welcomed news that the Government will take forward plans for CCTV recording to become mandatory in all English slaughterhouses next year.

Minister speaks at Future of Diabetes conference

Steve Brine addressed the Future of Diabetes conference in London on Tuesday 14th November, as Diabetes UK has undertaken one of the largest engagement studies they have ever done.

Representing the UK at G7

Health Ministers from the G7 met in Milan earlier this month and Winchester's MP Steve Brine was there representing the UK.

Guy winner brings family to Westminster

A Winchester schoolboy took his parents to Westminster on Wednesday 25th October having won the Winchester Round Table Guy Fawkes Competition last year.

MP welcomes employment support package

Steve Brine has welcomed new that the Department for Work and Pensions have introduced the Small Employer Offer (SEO), a unique package of employment support for both employers and employees, forming a key part of the government's aim to reduce the Disability Employment Gap.

Steve attends launch of Anaemia Manifesto

Steve Brine attended the Anaemia Manifesto event in Westminster on Wednesday 18th October, where he was tested for anaemia, a 'hidden condition' which affects around 4 million in the UK and is a leading cause of disability.