Jo Johnson MP talks politics at Orpington school and pops into News Shopper office

Jo Johnson with St Olave's Gavin Benson

Jo Johnson with St Olave's Gavin Benson

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Orpington MP Jo Johnson visited a local grammar school on Friday after dropping into News Shopper.

The mayor’s brother in the afternoon addressed the political economy society at St Olave’s Grammar School in Goddington Lane.

Mr Johnson talked to youngsters about the state of British politics, next year’s general election and last week’s budget – while he also took questions from the audience.

It was organised by the society’s chair Gavin Benson and the MP said it was a great “to meet so many bright and engaged pupils”.

Earlier in the day Mr Johnson sat down with Bromley reporters in News Shopper's Petts Wood office, mentioning town centre developments, the controversial Waste4Fuel site and transport.

He said: “Oprington is not doing too badly – we’re starting to see improvements but there’s a lot to be done. Town centres are going through a difficult time across the country.”

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11:23am Wed 26 Mar 14

white rabbit9 says...

Politics, what a joke. You only support ZIONISM, you only support the bankers that don't actually have any money and print up paper monopoly DEBT! I can get an A+ on a GCSE, --------------it's all B0lloks.
Politics, what a joke. You only support ZIONISM, you only support the bankers that don't actually have any money and print up paper monopoly DEBT! I can get an A+ on a GCSE, --------------it's all B0lloks. white rabbit9
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