John Penrose has welcomed the news that Weston College has been granted University Centre status, bringing Weston-super-Mare one step closer to becoming a university town.
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Bristol Post: Weston-super-Mare step closer to becoming university town as college given University Centre status
Enable Magazine: Minister Attends Voter Registration Workshop For Young People With Learning Disabilities During Parliament Week
John Penrose MP, the Minister for Constitutional Reform, recently joined pupils for a lively Rock Enrol! workshop. The workshop took place at Little Heath School in Romford where pupils who have a learning disability were able to discuss important issues with the Minister and learned about how to make their voices heard in elections.
John Penrose and the Cabinet Office have celebrated the power of peer to peer engagement with a Young Ambassadors event in Parliament.
John Penrose MP, the minister for constitutional reform, attended Little Heath School, in Hainault Road, Little Heath, with Mencap ambassador Vijay Patel.
As we enter into Parliament Week, Minister for Constitutional Reform John Penrose explains why it’s important for young people to engage in democracy.
Local MP John Penrose is delighted by new figures showing that unemployment in Weston-super-Mare and the surrounding villages has dropped by almost a quarter (22%) in the last 12 months.
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.
John Penrose has told The Weston Mercury that he has written to the council to ask for a detailed business case for proposals to move registry services.
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.
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