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MP Visits Politics Students

MP Visits Politics Students

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MP Visits Politics Students

Chris Green with the Politics students
SJR Politics students would like to thank MP for Bolton West Chris Green for visiting the college and answering their questions.
As the only Conservative MP in the local area, the students were keen to gain his ideological and political insight into current affairs. Chris was kind enough to explain to our students his own road to becoming an MP and the challenges he feels come with the role; this was excellent for the students’ upcoming exams.
The students would also like to thank Chris for answering their question on the upcoming state visit of Donald Trump, his perspective on Brexit as a support of leave, and his position on key social challenges such as law and order and equality of pay. We would once again like to thank Chris for coming to the college and taking questions from our students.

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