Justin Tomlinson MP is on a tour of all the schools in his North Swindon constituency to explain how laws are made in Parliament.
At a Bridlewood Primary School assembly he picked Jodie and Reece Dunn, pictured right, to be the queen and the clerk of the house.
After dividing the children into the House of Commons and House of Lords Justin he took a quick vote on what to debate. Suggestions on better school libraries and financial education for young people were not as popular as more sport in school.
With Reece shuttling a piece of paper across the hall, Justin illustrated how MPs and the Lords put forward the merits of an idea and point out the problems in each others arguments before agreement is reached about a law.
“It’s a very quick look at how things work in Parliament, just long enough to keep children’s attention yet look at the way issues have to be discussed before ideas can moved forward,” said Justin.
Deputy headteacher Nicola McLaughlin said: “It was a very informative assembly with a clear and basic message about Justin’s work.