I am backing a campaign launched by Welsh Conservatives in the Senedd to force the Welsh Government to recognise that strokes should be given a higher priority for ambulance responses.
IN recent weeks, I have watched as the Government has undermined Britain’s economic credibility. I have written a letter of no confidence in the Prime Minister and I have asked her to resign.
I am deeply concerned about the growing problem of accessibility to dental care across Bridgend. As we face a cost-of-living crisis, it is unacceptable that Welsh patients are left without dental care access.
I have written to the Welsh Health Minister to express my deep concern regarding the decrease in hospital bed numbers in Wales.
I am campaigning for the restoration of bus services in parts of Bridgend and Penyfai, following the decision of Easyway bus company to cease trading. I am asking Bridgend County Borough Council to restore services in Oaklands, Broadlands, and Penyfai. Additionally, I am asking for a service that travels past Glanrhyd Hospital to be reinstated.
The UK Government have announced the Energy Bill Relief Scheme to help businesses with their energy costs this winter. Starting from 1st October, energy prices for businesses, charities and public sector organisations will be cut for six months. This support will be equivalent to the Energy Price Guarantee put in place for households.
I have welcomed the news that substance misuse services will be relocated away from the town centre. I have liaised since then with the Police and Crime Commissioner and the Probation Service to get Dyfodol moved to more suitable premises. I am delighted that it has now been agreed that it will be relocated to Celtic Court on Tremains Road.
It was great to attend Bridgend Youth Council’s Summer Politics Session. We discussed a range of issues concerning young people, including climate change and education.