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Police Cuts

The number of police officers on our streets is the lowest it has been for three decades.   Theresa May as Prime Minister, and also as Home Secretary, has continuously promised to protect frontline services. The damming reality however is that since 2010 over 21,000 police officers have been lost, over 16,000 police staff and over 6,000 community support officers have gone.  Before the 2019-2020 Police Funding Settlement, Police Chiefs privately warned […]

MARK TAMI MP UNITES WITH CANCER RESEARCH UK FOR WORLD CANCER DAY

Mark Tami MP gave his support for those affected by cancer and the NHS staff who care for them at a Westminster event for World Cancer Day, earlier this week.   The Alyn and Deeside MP met with campaigners from Cancer Research UK to learn about the importance of diagnosing cancer early to help save lives and to show solidarity with all those working to ensure more people survive.   Every year, 4,700 people […]

Fleecehold

There was recently a Westminster Hall debate in Parliament that sought to highlight the?unfair management/service charges?to those who have bought houses on?private housing estates.  I was keen to speak in the debate and highlight what is clearly a scandal as I know this is something that has affected so many of you who live on some […]

Wylfa Power Station

Last week’s news that Japanese firm, Hitachi, has halted its Wylfa Newydd project on Anglesey was incredibly worrying as it has put a considerable amount of jobs at risk.  It is highly unlikely that Hitachi will not resume work and this could be a devastating blow for the North Wales economy. Especially the North Wales Growth Bid that so many people in the region are […]

Mark Tami MP speaks up for local residents caught up in ‘Fleecehold Scandal’

MPs contributed to a Westminster Hall debate yesterday which highlighted the unfair management/service charges to those who have bought houses on private housing estates.  The debate was called by Labour MP for Bishop Aukland, Helen Goodman MP, who highlighted the issues of miss-selling and described the proliferation of private estate income streams as “a scandal”.   Estate management companies are currently unregulated and it is estimated by campaigners that 1.3million people […]