As you can imagine, it has been quite a busy few weeks for MPs up and down the country and John is no exception! In his first article for the Mercury since being re-elected, John thanks everybody for their support locally, talks about the surprise result nationally, and explains how his new job following the Government Reshuffle will help him to deliver on his election pledges.
Hello and welcome to my website! I’m John Penrose, your local Member of Parliament for Weston-super-Mare. Please use this site to find out more about the work I’m doing for Weston, Worle and the villages and how to contact me should you need my help.
John's new department - The Cabinet Office - has released a Press Release announcing that the Government has published legislation that will give British people a say on the UK’s EU membership.
The GREAT Campaign launched by John Penrose in September 2011 has been praised for continuing to deliver to the Tourism industry. To date it has brought hundreds of millions to the UK economy, a return on investment of 9:1 and doubled the likelihood of a foreign person visiting the UK. Now, testament to its success, calls have been made to extend and expand the Campaign even further!
John has appeared on 'Decision Made', a one hour long televised election debate where he and fellow candidates discussed and debated various issues that were important to residents of Weston, Worle and the villages.
John Penrose has launched an event to signify the news that Weston and the surrounding area has been selected as one of eight Pathfinders across England to pioneer a public health approach to end of life care.
John speaks to The Weston Mercury about his new position in Government that will see him working on constitutional reform - placing him perfectly in position to start delivering on his election pledges immediately.
David Cameron has announced that John has been promoted to Parliamentary Secretary at the Cabinet Office.
The Weston Mercury has published the speech John Penrose made following the announcement that he had won the Weston's Parliamentary Election.
JOHN Penrose will remain Weston-super-Mare’s MP following one of the most extraordinary nights in British political history.
With just 24 hours until Weston goes to the polls to elect the MP it wants to represent them for the next five years, the Weston Mercury has asked John to outline his six key pledges.
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