On what was my last, and busy day in Westminster before the Party conference recess, I was able to take a few minutes out to answer a few questions from eager pupils from Litchard Primary. Visiting Parliament for an equally busy of tours and workshops, I was asked a number of insightful questions about how I spend my day, how often I go to the House of Lords, and what I liked best about being an MP.
It seemed pupils were most impressed (as most people are) by the massive gold throne that sits in the House of Lords. The children were also given the opportunity to hold their very own vote, deciding between: swimming pools for every school in Wales, or banning smoking. By a slender margin, but most conscientiously they opted for banning smoking.