In this week's column for The Weston Mercury, Weston's MP John Penrose talks about his nights with our local police patrol, how crime is continuing to fall and our newly elected Police Crime Commissioner & Chief Constable.
John writes a fortnightly column for The Weston & Somerset Mercury as Weston-Super-Mare's MP and also provides articles for numerous local and national publications too. Copies of these articles are below, including those he wrote when he was Shadow Business Minister.
In an article for The Western Daily Press, John asks why we’re generally satisfied with the people who sell us everyday items like food or clothes but not those who sell us utilities like energy, banks, trains or water.
In this week's article for The Evening Post, John asks if you've looked at your gas or electricity bill recently and, if so, whether you're one of the many who feel ripped off by their energy suppliers.
Weston-super-Mare MP and former Tourism Minister John Penrose speaks up for the British tourism sector in light of the Olympic successes of 2012.
In an article for This Is Bristol, John talks about the moment when the Prime Minister, David Cameron, came home from Brussels with a cut in the EU budget, what this really means and what comes next...
John talks about the genuine, honest-to-goodness “it’ll cost less next year in anybody’s money” EU budget reduction that David Cameron came home from Brussels with.
Ever thought of becoming an MP? John looks back over his coming up 8 year career at the things that were left out of the job description.
In this week's article for The Weston Mercury, John talks about the need to protect Urban Views such as the Royal Crescent, its twin in Ellenborough Park, and Uphill’s old church.
John Penrose's article for The Daily Telegraph, about the need to protect Britain's finest town and city views, reproduced in full.
The Daily Telegraph: We must do more to protect our finest urban views, says ex-minister John Penrose
The Daily Telegraph's Senior Political Correspondent, Christopher Hope, reports on John Penrose's article stating that we must do more to protect our finest urban views.
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