The presenter of Sunday Politics asks John how the Conservatives will deal with the forthcoming challenge from Jeremy Corbyn.
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 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.
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.
John speaks to Andrew Neil about how proud Weston is to have someone of Banksy's stature visit Weston and the positive effect it's having on the local economy. In addition, John answers some tough questions on the meaning behind Banksy's work...
Individual Voter Registration Will Bring Us Into Line With Every Other Serious Democracy in the World
In an article for The Huffington Post, John speaks about the long and overdue work of modernising our electoral rolls, the authoritative lists of who is eligible to vote.
On 15th September, International Democracy Day, John Penrose, Minister For The Constitution, has shot a video to announce the launch of the open nomination period for the 'Discovering Democracy Awards'.
John Penrose has lent his voice to reading the news for the 1,500th episode of the Woodspring Talking News, founded for people who are visually impaired and would otherwise be able to unable to read the local a newspaper - potentially missing out on what is going on locally.
A volunteer group which helps North Somerset's blind and partially-sighted people keep in touch with the news celebrated an important landmark this week.
In an article for The Weston Mercury, John asks readers to put themselves in the shoes of the Council employee who got a call one morning a few months back from someone claiming to be the notorious 'Banksy'...
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