Visit to the Willink School, Burghfield

I spoke to the Sixth Form at the Willink as their local MP today. I gave them a brief description of the job of an MP, how elections are held, governments are formed, issues are raised and policies changed. I also talked in a non partisan way about how schools are financed and the relationship between a School and the government on funding and educational performance.
There were questions about diversity in Parliament, gay marriage, and the attitudes of the Polish government.

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  1. Nigel Seymour
    Posted September 29, 2018 at 1:37 pm | Permalink

    J, Once again active in the local community – Good Man!

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