Mark Tami MP speaking on the election results

Two weeks ago week a number of long and enduring election campaigns across the country came to a conclusion; it was a difficult night in for Labour in Scotland however all in all I was pleased with the results. I was delighted to see my Alyn and Deeside colleague, Mr Carl Sargeant AM, re-elected to the […]

Mark Tami MP speaking on steel again in Parliament last week

There was yet another debate on the steel crisis in Westminster last week (11/5) and as always local MP, Mark Tami, was keen to have an input. Seven potential buyers come forward this week with the intention of purchasing the remaining Tata assets, Port Talbot to Shotton, Trostre, Llanwern and Hartlepool. Although Mark Tami MP was […]

Mark Tami speaks out regarding the dangers of fixed odds betting terminals

Fixed odds betting terminals are touch-screen roulette machines, and there are more than 35,000 terminals found in the United Kingdom’s bookmakers. There was a Backbench Business debate in Westminster this week (26/4) on the dangers of these terminals and Mark Tami was keen to express his concerns. Mark Tami shared the worries of the House […]

Mark Tami MP disappointed the vote went against allowing 3000 child refugees into the UK

An amendment to the immigration bill was narrowly defeated by the government on Monday night in the House of Commons. The amendment would have seen 3000 child refugees come into the UK and Mark Tami MP voted in its favour. MPs voted by 294 votes to 276 to reject the plan for Britain to accept […]

Too Much Information launches in Parliament

This month, Mark Tami MP was one of nearly 100 MPs who attended an event organised by The National Autistic Society who recently launched their Too Much Information campaign. Mark Tami MP is backing the charity’s new campaign to improve public understanding of autism. As part of the campaign, the charity has released a report […]