Mark Tami pledges to help stop bowel cancer in Alyn and Deeside with Bowel Cancer UK

Mark Tami spoke in depth in the recent Back Bench Business Committee’s debate for a New Cancer Strategy. Mr Tami was therefore keen to pledge his support at a recent event held at Westminster by the charity Bowel Cancer UK to take action in Parliament and locally to stop bowel cancer. Bowel cancer is the second […]

Mark Tami calls for an end to violence against women

“I support the White Ribbon UK because men need to get involved in ending violence against women. I urge men to go to and pledge their support for this important campaign.”Mark Tami recently took a stand against violence towards women and called on other men in Alyn and Deeside to challenge against violence towards women. […]

Mark Tami MP happy to see Raytheon’s Sentinel Programme extended

Mark Tami was this week delighted to learn that after the Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR), Raytheon’s Sentinel Programme is acquiring further investment. The Sentinel programme has enabled Raytheon UK to become the only all-British missions systems integrator based in North Wales, that can deliver end to end intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance […]

Mark Tami MP & Jon Culshaw pledge their support to improve care for terminally ill

Mark Tami MP, has pledged to champion the concerns of local people with a terminal illness by lending his support to Marie Curie’s campaign calling for the right for everyone to have palliative care when they need it. Mark Tami teamed up with Marie Curie Nurse Sally Monger-Godfrey and renowned impressionist Jon Culshaw to back the […]

Mark Tami MP recognises the importance of the UK steel industry

Mark Tami again voiced his concerns about the steel industry in Westminster’s Welsh Questions last week. Mark Tami, who has previously highlighted rising energy costs as a key contributor to the struggles of the steel industry, last week pointed to cheap Chinese imports as the biggest problem the industry is facing. Mark Tami confronted the Secretary […]