In his most recent article for the Weston Mercury, John talks about Weston's continual movement towards being known as a town with an impressive skill base...
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John attended a 30-year reunion of the team that played at Lords in the final of the National Club Championship. The event was hosted by Weston's very own Cricket Club.
An appeal John launched with Weston Hospital's League of Friends for new digital scanning equipment at Weston Hospital has hit the £70,000 mark after just four months...
The North Somerset Times has reported on John Penrose's warning that the CCG should be careful to ensure a method of combined leadership that will strengthen local health services as opposed to merging areas into a single trust that will cause further problems...
In this article, John discusses how conspiracy theorists - certain of some kind of 'giant anti-democratic conspiracy - were silenced by the findings of the Independent Electoral Commission whose investigation into recent changes in voter registration concluded that the UK's register is now far more accurate and no less complete.
Weston-super-Mare’s MP John Penrose has returned to the back benches following Prime Minister Theresa May’s reshuffle.
John reacts to today’s announcement that North Somerset CCG is being put into Special Measures by the NHS...
In opposition to proposals to change Britain's voting system, John tells MPs that it would be very dangerous set a precedent where referendums - even if they ask a slightly different version of the original question - could be re-run. MPs listening agreed with John and denied the bill.
John and his team release details on how they will manage to reduce the number of Parliamentary constituencies by 50 - so that seats are more equal - without hurting the MPs who have been democratically selected.
After a Ten Minute Rule motion brought forward by Caroline Lucas, John spoke against Proportional Representation. He told listening MPs that the Green MP's plans "may harm our democracy rather than help it" prompting an unexpected vote...
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