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Connah’s Quay Sixth Formers visit Parliament

A group of thirty sixth form students from Connah’s Quay High School descended on Westminster last week, enjoying a tour around the House of Lords and Commons organised by Alyn and Deeside MP Mark Tami. The students arrived in Westminster bright and early after leaving Connah’s Quay at 3am that morning. Following an official tour […]

Sandbank or Super Jumbo – Time for a Decision

Alyn and Deeside MP Mark Tami and AM Carl Sargeant have demanded the Environment Agency issue a dredging license immediately for the Dee Estuary to save the Port of Mostyn. Mr Tami said it was time for the Environment Agency to choose whether a sandbank or the £30 billion super jumbo is more important. He […]

MP calls for compulsory voting

Mark Tami MP will today urge the Government to take immediate action to tackle the declining participations in elections. In an Adjournment Debate in the House of Commons on Participation in Elections, Mr Tami expresses concern that Alyn & Deeside had the lowest turnout in Wales at the Assembly election last year and calls for […]

MP welcomes Budget for pensioners in Alyn & Deeside

Mark Tami MP has welcomed the Budget unveiled today by Chancellor Gordon Brown as “good news for children, families and pensioners here in Alyn & Deeside” The local MP was commenting after listening to the Chancellor deliver the Budget which gave pensioners aged 70 and over £100 to help with their council tax bills. Mr […]

Christmas Card winner and class mates visit Westminister

2003 Christmas Card winner Laura Mewes was accompanied by over fifty class mates and teachers in an action packed visit to the Houses of Parliament last week. The group from Mountain Lane Primary School in Buckley was led by head teacher Mr Hefin Parry and enjoyed a tour around the Palace of Westminster, taking in […]