Visit to Willink School Burghfield 16th March 2012

 

           John Redwood visited the Burghfield School to talk to the sixth form, as part of his regular series of school visits.  He covered the issues of student fees and loans, the state of the economy and the way to generate new jobs, the forthcoming Olympics, and the wider issue of what young people can achieve in the modern world. He talked about sporting excellence, academic excellence, and setting up your own business.

          He answered a wide range of questions on topics including fair trade, overseas aid, the war in Afghanistan, single sex marriages and VAT.

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  1. Richard Ede
    Posted March 25, 2012 at 5:24 pm | Permalink

    Mr Redwood’s Commitment to the Young of England is greatly to his Credit.

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