Politics students get Parliament tour

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06 Dec 2012
Budding MPs of the future received first-hand experience of life at Westminster from Rosie.

The politics students from Balby Carr Community Sports and Science College visited the Houses of Parliament as part of their A-level studies.

The young politicians, all aged 16 and 17, were greeted by Rosie before watching a weekly question and answer session between the Prime Minister and other MPs.

Rosie said: “I was delighted to meet the pupils and staff. Visiting Parliament is a great way to both get involved with politics and bring history to life, and I always encourage my constituents to visit the Houses of Parliament.

“The group watched some of the debates from the public gallery–maybe that will inspire them to stand for election to Parliament in the future.”

Photo: (Back row, left to right) Igor Tyminsky, teacher Helen Cook, Jocob Mangham and Aron Marshall; (Front row, left to right) Jackie Todd, Doncaster Central MP Rosie Winterton and Danielle Colbourne.


Rosie Winterton MP for Doncaster Central
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