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Mark Tami supports Access all Areas Campaign

The charity Guide Dogs recently did a survey and established that almost half (49%) of guide dog owners surveyed have experienced an access refusal in the last year. The charity launched their Access all Areas campaign at an event in Westminster this week. Mark Tami MP joined the campaign to ensure assistance dog owners can […]

Last week’s Chronicle column on the Queen’s speech

The Queen recently delivered her speech outlining the Government’s plans for the session to come. One thing that stood out for me was the Tory’s reluctance to address the glaring issue of social injustice. Yet again we were fed the well versed lines of the Tories providing a ‘One Nation’ Government, when in reality the […]

Alyn and Deeside MP Mark Tami joins call for tougher penalties for dog fighting

Last week, Mark Tami attended a reception at the Houses of Parliament held by animal welfare campaigners League Against Cruel Sports. The organisation highlight the horrific reality of dog fighting and campaign for tougher sentencing and a national register to tackle the scourge of dog fighting across the UK. A dog fight takes place every […]

Mark Tami MP supporting young people with life-shortening conditions

Mark Tami MP this week tabled an Early Day Motion (EDM) calling for Parliament to welcome and support the advent of Children’s Hospice Week; and also to do more in general for children with life-shortening conditions. Children’s Hospice Week is the UK’s awareness and fundraising week for the 49,000 children and young people with life-shortening […]

Mark Tami welcomes steel workers who marched on Westminster

Yesterday steel workers, including a strong contingent from Shotton, marched on Westminster with one message – Save our Steel. Mark Tami MP alongside a number of other politicians, including Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, shadow home secretary Andy Burnham, Delyn MP David Hanson and veteran MP Dennis Skinner welcomed members of the Community and Unite the Union organisations. […]