Pupils at a college in Chalfont St Peter got to quiz Beaconsfield MP Dominic Grieve on the EU ahead of the referendum this week.

Mr Grieve visited Chalfont Community College, in Narcot Lane, on Tuesday (June 21) to speak to pupils about the EU before tomorrow’s referendum on Britain’s membership.

The former Attorney General and ‘Remain’ supporter chatted with 20 pupils from year eight about the history of the European Union, while outlining his own views on whether we should vote leave or remain.

The students then asked their own questions about topics like immigration, their future job prospects, farming and trade.