PUPILS quizzed schools minister David Laws about life in government when he visited Acton High School and inspected work to extend its sixth form building.
The senior Liberal Democrat MP was joined by Conservative MP for Central Ealing and Acton, Angie Bray at the school in Gunnersbury Lane.
They dropped in on maths, art and media studies lessons and fielded questions from politics students last Thursday.
Mr Laws said both his party and the Conservatives found working together 'surprisingly easy' and named Winston Churchill when asked who he thought was the UK's most iconic political figure.
He credited Andrew Adonis, from the previous Labour administration as the education minister who had most revitalised schooling in London
Head of sixth form Hardip Mothada, said, “It was an honour for us to host the minister and to welcome back Angie Bray for another visit to the school. I think they both got a sense of how ambitious and capable our students are.”