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MP Angela Watkinson drops into Havering Sixth Form College

14:30 13 March 2014

Angela Watkinson MP with students from Havering Sixth Form College

Angela Watkinson MP with students from Havering Sixth Form College

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MP Angela Watkinson popped into Havering Sixth Form College to talk to students about a politician’s job.

The audience at the Hornchurch site in Wingletye Lane found the Hornchurch and Upminster representative’s talk fascinating and a good insight into a career working in Parliament.

The visit came at the end of the college’s Money Skills Week which saw a range of different talks about student finances, careers, starting a business, keeping money safe and investing.

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