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Politicians unhappy with the Governments response to Mesh debate

There was a debate in Westminster this week on the use of mesh tape in operations to cure prolapse, incontinence and hernia. The debate was brought forward by Labour MP, Emma Hardy, who is calling for a public inquiry into the use of mesh after it was revealed that more than 800 women are taking […]

Mark Tami MP urges health Secretary to commit to cascade programme

HEART UK- The Cholesterol Charity held a ‘Day of Action’ in Parliament this week to call on the Government to introduce a cascade programme for identifying patients with Familial Hypercholesterolemia (FH). FH is an inherited form of high cholesterol which can lead to an extremely high premature death rate and can lead to cardiovascular disease, […]

Plenty going on in Parliament this week as we were joined by a number of charities and lobbyists

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This week’s Chronicle Column

This week we heard the dreadful news regarding the potential loss of 400 jobs from the Vauxhall plant in Ellesmere Port. The factory has been a big part of the local community for almost 30 years and a lot of my constituents work there. The redundancies, despite hopes that they will be conducted on a […]

Open your eyes with a blindfold walk

A BLINDFOLD walk will prove real eye-opener for Alyn & Deeside MP Mark Tami this Friday (October 20). The event, in Connah’s Quay, is being organised by Guide Dogs Cymru to highlight the problems facing blind and visually impaired people as they go about their daily routine. Starting at noon outside his office at 70 […]