HOUSE OF COMMONS Leader Penny Mordaunt MP played a visit to West Worcestershire to speak to local Conservative supporters at a fund-raiser
Penny is MP for Portsmouth North, she ran to lead the party last summer and rose to global fame with her pivotal role bearing a sword in the Coronation.
West Worcestershire MP Harriett Baldwin and Conservative Association chairman Ian Daly hosted the cabinet member who spoke about her roles in Westminster as well as support for Mrs Baldwin’s work both locally and in Parliament.
“I welcome Penny taking this opportunity to meet with grassroots Conservative members here in West Worcestershire,” Pershore’s MP said.
“She spoke passionately about our great country and the plans to deliver the Prime Minister’s five priorities.
“Penny and I worked closely in the then Department for International Development and we continue to champion women and girls’ rights globally.
“We share many common priorities and I look forward to working closely with her as we work towards developing a manifesto to fight the next General Election.”