This week’s Chronicle column

The dwindling number of blood donors has long been a concern of mine. I was therefore very pleased to see a campaign launched this week that aimed to encourage people to give blood. On Tuesday the NHS Blood and Transplant (NHS BT), along with a number of donor organisations, launched their global ‘Missing Type’ campaign. […]

Mark Tami MP concerned about the Government’s fracking regulations

Mark Tami MP feels the UK Government are rushing into fracking initiatives with a complete disregard to environmental issues. He thinks that they should instead draw upon the example set by Welsh Government, who have initiated a moratorium on fracking until further research is completed into its environmental impact. Mark Tami MP said; “Labour have […]

Internet speeds in Britain

I have become increasingly concerned about internet speeds across Britain. I have had a number of constituents approach me expressing their dissatisfaction and I believe that some people in Flintshire, as well as a number of businesses, are being let down by infrastructure that needs urgent attention. It is not right that businesses, who rely […]

Mark Tami MP listens to concerned Polish constituents

There was a debate recently in Westminster on the Contribution of Poles to UK Society. The debate was brought to the House by Daniel Kawczynski MP in the wake of Brexit and the number of racist incidents that have followed. Mark Tami spoke in the debate and raised the concerns of local Polish people; “A number […]

Alyn and Deeside picks up Road Safety award

The all-Party Parliamentary group, PACTS, alongside Direct Line Car Insurance, recently published a new ‘road safety dashboard’ that calculates the casualty rates for residents of each parliamentary constituency relative to the local population. Mark Tami represented Alyn and Deeside at the awards who were awarded the Most Improved Constituency in Wales Award. Mark Tami MP […]