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Q&A sessions at Barnsley College and Sandhill Primary School

Michael spent Friday 17 February visiting Barnsley College in Town and Sandhill Primary School in Great Houghton.Q_A.JPG

Beginning with a 'Question and Answer' session with politics students at the College, Michael discussed subjects ranging from Brexit to how the Labour Party might win a general election again.

At Sandhill Primary School, shortly before pupils broke up for half-term, Michael spoke to Key Stage 2 children. He was asked everything from "what's the best and worst thing about your job" to "have you ever had an argument with Theresa May?" 

Commenting, Michael said: "It's always great to go to Barnsley College - an outstanding college in every sense of the word. A big thanks to students at the College for their questions. Thanks also to staff at Sandhill and to Governor Kevin Osborne. I think my favourite question of the day came from one little lad at Sandhill who asked me what would I say my hairstyle was?!"

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