Brine’s PMQs Ballot Opens
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Winchester’s MP Steve Brine is again giving constituents the opportunity to witness the live rough-and-tumble that is our Parliament’s stage to the world. Prime Minister’s Question Time – also known as PMQs – is televised and loved around the world, especially in the US, and takes place every Wednesday lunchtime at 12 noon. The first 2017 date for Steve Brine’s PMQs ballot will be Wednesday 22nd March.
Every year, like all MPs, Steve receives three pairs of tickets for the weekly joust between the PM and Leader of the Opposition, and now for the seventh year running, he continues to share these with constituents interested in entering a free and fair ballot for the tickets.
Steve told Winchester Today more about the availabilty: “I can still take entries for the Wednesday 7th December date, but thought it would be useful for constituents to be aware of 22nd March as early as possible. Please do get in touch if you would like to enter either draw.”
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Pictured: Steve Brine asks a question to the then Prime Minister, David Cameron, at Prime Minister’s Question Time in July 2015.