In the latest issue of The Cheddar Valley Gazette, John is asked: "What makes you happy? What is your pet peeve? And can you tell us something unusual about yourself?"
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Cheddar Valley Gazette to John: "What makes you happy? What is your pet peeve? Tell us something unusual about yourself”
John Penrose has been congratulated for being ranked in the Top 10 MPs (as of the last Parliament) for citing his sources when broadcasting 'facts' over social media.
With the General Election just days away, John has used articles, interviews, videos, pictures and infographics to answer some of the most frequently asked questions he has encountered on local doorsteps.
The NHS is as important of an issue in Weston-super-Mare as it is in the rest of the country, which is why it was standing room only at Weston’s Blakehay Theatre last Friday for an NHS-themed hustings debate.
North Somerset Business Leader Magazine have run a feature on local candidate and former businessman, John Penrose in their latest issue. In this piece John talks about how important it is that politics make life easier for businesses and how he and the Conservatives hope to continue helping businesses prosper.
The Weston Mercury report on John Penrose's contribution to a village hustings debate last week. John said protecting villages against unwanted and unsustainable housing sprawl is a major priority
John Penrose took part in a hustings event organised by the Somerset Chamber of Commerce and Weston Chamber of Trade last week. The Weston Mercury have published some answers to key questions...
In The Cheddar Valley Gazette's latest election question they ask John the question that has dominated news programmes in recent years: "Who caused the recession and how do we fix it?" John discusses the fact that the economy is already improving (following some belt tightening to fix Labour's mess!) and some recent Conservative reforms that will play an important part in ensuring it continues...
Investing in transport infrastructure in Weston-super-Mare's surrounding villages is a key issue for the area, John Penrose has said.
The Cheddar Valley Gazette asks how John would look to support businesses and people looking for work in the local area. John talks about the importance of continuing the work to make Weston more attractive to investors, cutting pesky red tape that will in turn create well-paying jobs.
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