John Penrose leads a debate prior to the vote on whether 16 year olds should vote in the EU Referendum...
John writes a fortnightly column for The Weston & Somerset Mercury as Weston-Super-Mare's MP, provides articles for numerous local and national publications, and is regularly interviewed by these avenues too. Copies of these articles and interviews are below:
In this week's article for The Weston Mercury, John talks about Weston's problems with addiction and crime Police and how although the war is well underway - there is plenty of work left to do...
John Penrose congratulates Weston College's staff and students on the fantastic news that the College has earned University Centre status.
As we enter into Parliament Week, Minister for Constitutional Reform John Penrose explains why it’s important for young people to engage in democracy.
John appears on BBC's Daily Politics to discuss the importance of Individual Elector Registration in tackling fraud and how anybody with a pulse who is legally entitled to vote will have been tracked down, and confirmed on the electoral register by the time the switch over happens.
In this week's column for the Weston Mercury, John talks about Remembrance Sunday at Grove Park.
In this week's article for The Weston Mercury, John talks about the problems the local Ambulance Service have faced over the past few years, their journey getting back on track and the importance of ensuring that their response times continue to improve.
In his fortnightly column for the Weston Mercury, John talks about his few days at the Conservative Party Conference and how the hard left's attempt to take over the Labour Party shock things up a bit...
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.
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.
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