Flintshire MPs raise British Steel pensioner’s concerns

Last month Tata Steel UK struck a deal to merge with German company, Thyssenkrupp, a deal which essentially allowed its UK plants to stay open. Prior to the proposed merger the indebted British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) separated from Tata Steel UK following a vote from the workforce. At the time there was a real […]

My thoughts on gun crime in America

I read this week that more Americans have died from guns (including suicides, murders and accidents) than the sum total of all the Americans who have died in all the wars in American history. After another 59 people were killed in the painfully tragic events that happened in Las Vegas this week, we are again […]


Mark Tami MP is encouraging all local A-level students in Alyn and Deeside to take part in the Political Studies Association (PSA)’s Schools’ Video Competition, now in its seventh year.  A highlight in the PSA’s calendar of activities to engage young people in the study of politics, the annual film competition, sponsored by YouGov, is […]

Mark Tami MP pleased with Welsh Government’s Deeside Corridor announcement

The Welsh Government have decided what route they will use when the £200 million development of the Deeside Corridor begins. Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure, Ken Skates AM, announced today that they intend to push on with the red route to improve the A494/A55. Mark Tami MP, who came out in favour of the […]

EU withdrawal Bill

Late on Monday night I voted against the so called ‘Great Repeal Bill’ at its second reading. I did this not because I want to block or curtail Brexit, but because I want Parliament to have a meaningful say on Brexit negotiations. The Bill in its current state has effectively side lined Parliament, and given […]