This week’s column – my thoughts on Trump

The war on terror and the fight against extremist groups quite rightly continues to dominate foreign policy. I am a firm believer that groups such as ISIS need strong action taken against them. However I do not believe that banning the entire population of certain countries from entering your borders is an appropriate way to […]

Mark Tami MP signs Holocaust Educational Trust Book of Commitment

This week Mark Tami MP signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment, in doing so pledging his commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day and honouring those who were murdered during the Holocaust as well as paying tribute to the extraordinary Holocaust survivors who work tirelessly to educate young people. Friday 27th January will mark the […]

Local MP urges community groups to get take part in Community Awards

Over the past two years Airbus, in partnership with The Leader newspaper, have donated over £20,000 to local community groups and charities through the Airbus Community Awards. Airbus and the Leader last week launched the third Community Awards and Mark Tami MP has praised the initiative, urging community groups across Flintshire to get involved. Mark […]

Child Poverty – Last week’s column

I am a firm believer that no child in Britain should grow up in poverty. As one of the world’s leading western civilisations, it should not be the case that the home a child is born into can have such a lasting effect on their lives. Those who grow up in poverty are more likely […]

The year ahead – last week’s column

As 2016, a year of great political change and upheaval, draws to a close, I am going to use this week’s column to look at the year ahead. I suspect 2017 will continue to be marked by questions regarding an early general election. I personally believe that yet another vote is exactly what the British […]