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Local MP raises Broughton resident’s concerns to Arriva

It has been decided by Arriva that the No 3 bus service, which goes between Mold and Chester via Broughton, will now be an hourly service rather than half hourly. A number of residents in Broughton, as well as the local councillors – Cllr Derek Butler and Cllr Mike Lowe, have voiced their concerns as […]

Mark Tami MP concerned about PIP assessments

Mark Tami recently raised three written questions to the Government regarding PIP assessments and the number of cases going to the appeal process. Mr Tami’s office has been inundated with constituents, who are unable to work due to their physical or mental condition, and have had their benefits cut. People who are not happy with […]

Mark Tami MP backs the TUC’s ‘Dying to Work’ campaign to protect terminally ill workers

Mark Tami MP attended a cross-party reception in Parliament to support the TUC’s ‘Dying to Work’ campaign which is seeking to change the law to provide additional employment protection for terminally ill workers.  Dying to Work was set up following the case of Jacci Woodcook, a 58-year-old sales manager from Derbyshire, who was forced out […]

ALYN AND DEESIDE MP THANKED FOR HIS SUPPORT FOR LIFESAVING CAMPAIGN 

Mark Tami, MP for Alyn and Deeside, attended a thank you event in Parliament on Wednesday 22 March hosted by blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan, in recognition of his support for second stem cell transplants. Mark backed the ‘Defend Second Transplants’ campaign after NHS England announced it would no longer routinely fund second stem cell […]

My views on PSA’s takeover of Vauxhall

PSA Group’s recent takeover of Vauxhall has left their 4,500 strong workforce, 100s of whom live in North East Wales, concerned about their futures. Although there have been assurances that jobs will be secure until at least 2021, the Government must do their utmost to ensure the long term security of the workers in the […]