Dr Dan was delighted to meet with the Year 3 and 4 pupils from Laxfield Primary School where he learned how the children had been studying how laws are made in Parliament. The pupils had been carefully researching Private Members Bills and were all too keen to put their questions to Dr Dan.
After discussing the pros and cons of each Bill, the pupils then took the opportunity to question Dr Dan on his life as a Member of Parlliament.
From there, Dr Dan had a number of meetings discussing concerns around broadband, agriculture, environment and waste, before rounding off the day with a busy Advice Bureau in Rushmere village.
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