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Press Cuttings & Releases

John's team regularly provides the press with details about work he is doing on behalf of local people and for his role as Minister. In addition, John is mentioned in local and national papers on a daily basis. Below you will find John's press releases and a selection of articles that we have found online or been sent by our visitors. If we’ve missed something that you think should be included, please email Marc Aplin on  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



Weston Mercury: MP Impressed By College Immigration Debate

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Weston College welcomed the town’s MP John Penrose to an immigration debate with students, which he said was ‘impressive’.

 

May fair ‘brings community together’

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The Weston Mercury reports on the fantastic Winscombe Fair that John Penrose opened at the Millennium Green on Saturday afternoon.

 

John Crowns New Queen...

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John spent May Day with Hutton, a North Somerset village that knows how to celebrate May Day in style. Whilst there, he was asked to crown Hutton's new May King and Queen...

 

Weston Mercury: Help League of Friends raise money for new scanner at Weston General Hospital

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An ambitious £400,000 appeal for a new scanner at Weston General Hospital has been launched this week to help it meet growing patient demand and cut waiting times.

 

Weston Mercury: MP keen to help prevent a Curry Crisis in Weston

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John Penrose has met with restaurateurs who are concerned that Weston-super-Mare is facing a curry crisis, as the Indian catering industry is suffering from staff shortages...

 

Economist: Nothing will be censored to save ministers or officials from embarrassment - says Minister

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John Penrose, the Cabinet Office minister in charge of shepherding the Chilcot Report through to publication, has reassured MPs that nothing within it would be censored to save ministers or officials from embarrassment...

 
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