In an article for Conservation Bulletin (written before the election, but published in October 2015), John puts on his former Heritage Minister hat and offers possible solutions to two problems that will be sat waiting in the in-tray of Historic England's new Chief Exec.
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John Penrose has appeared in a video alongside other Conservatives MPs and Ministers Nicky Morgan, Justine Greening, Robin Walker and Rob Wilson to speak about the importance of involving young people in both local and national Politics.
Utility Week Magazine have published a report of the Conservative Party Conference with highlights on activities that focused on the energy market. John's panel appearance was highlighted in answer to their 'key question' about boosting customer trust.
The Weston Mercury reports on the news that Weston's MP John Penrose visited the Great Western Air Ambulance Charity (GWAAC) to see its new helicopter.
John Penrose took part in a Panel at the Conservative Party Conference called 'A Switch In Time'. The Panel looked to answer the question 'Can switching profit consumers and government?' Twitter users took to the Social Media platform to report and comment on the panel's discussion.
The presenter of Sunday Politics asks John how the Conservatives will deal with the forthcoming challenge from Jeremy Corbyn.
In an interview with BBC's Sunday Politics, John reveals why Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister is a nightmare of his.
John Penrose appears on BBC's Sunday Politics to give his opinion on why protest art typically comes from the left.
As Minister for constitutional reform, a big part of John's role is to increase voter engagement. The recently launched Discovery Democracy Awards have allowed him to meet with a number of school teachers and students to discuss ways to promote the importance of democracy amongst young people.
The Weston Mercury reports on the 'Right To Die Bill' that was debated in Parliament for the first time in 20 years and Weston's MP shares his thoughts on the Bill that was brought to the table.
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