Students at Bromley College of Further & Higher Education welcomed local MP Bob Neill for a question and answer session last week.
The MP for Bromley and Chislehurst spent time with public services and science pupils, who grilled him about his career as a barrister.
Mr Neill was asked about the types of crime cases he has worked on, his roles and responsibilities as an MP, and his work in the borough.
He said: “The students asked some really insightful questions and we had a lively debate on a number of topics, including how uncomfortable it is to wear a barrister’s wig!”
Student Ashley Baker said the politician gave a "clear explanation" to questions, while tutor Mark Tsoukala added the session was an "invaluable opportunity" for his young learners.
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