Saturday 13th January 2007 by C. Freeman
Conservative Leader, David Cameron fielded questions from Brooke Weston students at a recent meeting. Mr Cameron visited the College as part of a whistle-stop tour of the area and 22 students representing all year groups posed questions during the half hour long visit. Mr Cameron was accompanied by the local prospective Conservative candidate, Louise Bagshawe. He fielded a lively half hour of questions and was impressed with the students' enthusiasm and the diversity of questions asked.
Such was the enthusiastic response to Mr Cameron's visit that future question and answer sessions may be arranged with other political parties.