This week, I met with Cancer Research UK to mark the charity’s 20th anniversary. I took the chance to meet with researchers working on the latest breakthroughs and campaigners helping to deliver change in our community.
The invasion of Ukraine has put a spotlight on our need to strengthen cybersecurity. I have written to the Prime Minister to enquire as to what progress has been made in reviewing the Computer Misuse Act 1990.
Last week, a number of constituents contacted me regarding their concerns about caravans parked on Locks Common in Rest Bay, Porthcawl.
I have written to Bridgend County Borough Council to enquire about what action will be taken to ensure that the misuse of this land is stopped.
The new Free Trade Agreement will be hugely beneficial to Wales, with exports to Canada from Wales worth £220 million.This deal will cut red tape and simplify processes for over 300 Welsh businesses.
I have written to the Welsh Government Health Minister, Eluned Morgan, to raise my concerns regarding sarcoma cancer treatment in Wales.
It’s deeply concerning that there is currently not a single bone and soft tissue sarcoma specialist centre in all of Wales.
Today in the Spring Statement, the Chancellor set out his plans to ease the cost of living for working families across Wales with the largest tax cuts in a quarter of a century.
I strongly support these tax cuts as it means more money remains in the pockets of the Welsh people and delivers the biggest net cut to personal taxes in over 25 years.
I met with the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak to convey concerns regarding the rising cost of living and to hear what steps the UK Government is taking to help tackle this crisis.
At this week’s sitting of the Parliamentary Welsh Affairs Select Committee, I raised the topic of community-owned renewable energy and if these projects have a future In Wales?