Three Faiths

Last week I welcomed a group of over thirty students from Bury College to Westminster who had been on an educational tour. After they had been on the guided tour and spent time studying how legislation becomes law I took a question and answer session where the questions covered human rights and government spending.

On Friday I had my first meeting with three students from Manchester University as part of the Three Faiths project I am taking part in. Three students from different faiths ( Jewish, Muslim and Christian) are asked to work together on a project and find out about each others faiths and each group is allocated an MP to act as a mentor.