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Johnson’s Government will do nothing to end UK inequality

We have now had to endure two weeks of the new Government’s campaigning. The propaganda they are releasing suggests that they are pumping money into public services and infrastructure – something Labour remains completely committed to.  I welcome the commitments, however they need to be honest with the public. They say they are going to put 20,000 more police […]

Let’s be Patient Pharmacy Patients, says Mark Tami MP

On Monday 5th August, the Member of Parliament for Alyn & Deeside, Mark Tami MP,? visited Knights Pharmacy in Hawarden to discuss current changes to the way community pharmacies are supported in Wales. In contrast to England, the Welsh Government has re-stated its commitment to the community pharmacy sector, with £20million investment to support and enhance pharmacy services […]

FIGHTING BLOOD CANCER AT THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT

Anthony Nolan held a cross-party Parliamentary event in Parliament raising awareness of their stem cell donor register, which Mark Tami MP attended.    The Rik Basra Leukaemia Campaign and #Match4Meena, were supported by their local Member of Parliament Neil O’Brien and blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan, to hold the event to give MPs the opportunity to hear more about the 740,000 people in the UK on the Anthony Nolan register. MPs heard about the need for more young, male […]

MP for Mark Tami MP backs calls for urgent reform of the welfare system

Mark Tami MP has lent his support to 80 charities calling for better support for disabled people.   Mark Tami attended the launch event in Parliament for the report ‘Has welfare became unfair?- the impact of changes on disabled people”.   Funded by the Three Guinea’s Trust and commissioned by the Disability Benefit Consortium (DBC), which represent 80 national disability organisations, the research […]

Alyn and Deeside MP, Mark Tami calls for better support to keep people with arthritis in work

Rt Hon Mark Tami MP joined people living with arthritis at a Parliamentary event in Westminster. Mark Tami heard firsthand about the impact the chronic pain associated with the condition can have on the ability to remain in employment and how to ensure every person with arthritis who wants to work has the support they need.  At the […]