Robert held an assembly at Brize Norton Primary School, where he explained to pupils how a law is created. The 'MPs' voted to replace all lessons with sport - a sentiment which, after a stage of 'ping-pong' , the 'Lords' agreed to, and sent the Bill for Royal Assent. However, the Queen disagreed and refused to allow the Bill to become law - triggering a constitutional crisis!
Robert then met with the Headteacher and school Governors to discuss issues facing the school.
Robert said, "Thank you to pupils for so wholeheartedly taking part in my assembly, and I hope that everyone learnt a lot - I would love for pupils and staff to visit me in Westminster to see where real laws are made!"