MP Pops In For Coffee

MP Pops In For Coffee The Member of Parliament for Wirral South popped in to Radio Clatterbridge for a cup of coffee this morning. Ben Chapman was invited in to the studios by Coffee Club presenter Wayne Lowe. The MP talked about the fight against anti-social behaviour in his constituency and how there is no short-term fix for the problem. He also requested a song from the Beatles, before revealing how he once knew the Fab Four!

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