MP attends meeting in Parliament regarding the Sling the Mesh Campaign

The MP for Pontypridd, Owen Smith, organised a meeting in Parliament this week aimed to raise the profile of a woman’s health campaign. Sling the Mesh is a campaign that warns people of the life changing risks that mesh operations can have on women after childbirth. The operations are supposed to fix prolapse and incontinence, […]


Mark Tami MP welcomes local apprentices to House of Commons Apprentices from Alyn and Deeside were joined by Mark Tami in the House of Commons this week to celebrate the 11,000 apprenticeships provided by the UK’s Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space industries. They were amongst 100 apprentices from some of Britain’s leading aerospace, defence, security […]

Mark Tami MP takes up resident’s concerns in packed Westminster meeting on leaseholds

The All Party Parliamentary Group looking into leaseholds recently met in Parliament to discuss the pressing issue of leasehold reform. The APPG’s main aims include reducing the opportunity of exploitation and alleviating the distress and hardship of leaseholders. It also aims to unearth and publicise scandalous behaviour of professions involved in the leasehold sector. Mark […]

Mark Tami MP says “it’s the end of the road for unsafe pavement parking”

Mark Tami attended a Guide Dogs event at the House of Commons on 3 July to show their support for the campaign to end problem pavement parking. At the event, the MP for Alyn and Deeside heard from guide dog owners how parked cars blocking the pavement force them to walk in the road, into […]

My Flintshire Chronicle column

Last week was the state opening of Parliament. The Queen gave her speech that set out the laws that ministers want to pass during the coming years in Parliament. Due to the Tories not getting a majority, the speech did not include a number of key pledges that they had announced in their manifesto before […]