The group were given an official tour of the Palace of Westminster and were then met by Jake. He took them on a special trip behind the scenes, and then out onto the House of Commons terrace on the River Thames.
Jake was particularly pleased to be able to show the group the stained glass window commemorating the death of Richard Whitaker Porritt, National Conservative MP for Heywood and Radcliffe, who was the first MP killed in WWII in France in 1940.
Jake said, ‘It’s great to see members of my constituency here in Westminster. Parliament belongs to the people and I am delighted to show constituents around as I am here because of them. The visit took some organisation, but I hope that everyone had a wonderful day’.