June 7, 2019

Weekly Round-Up

Trump State Visit/Radio Wales Interview On Tuesday this week I spoke to BBC Radio Wales about why it was wrong for Donald Trump to be honoured with a state visit to the UK. State visits are a earned, ceremonial honour that only two previous US Presidents have received, and I made my view clear that the taxpayer should not have …

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June 7, 2019

Rip-off Overdraft Fees Are Finished

In May last year I joined with consumer group Which? calling for banks to end rip off unarranged overdraft fees. I’m delighted that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has now agreed that banks will no longer be able to charge higher prices for people who go over their arranged overdraft limit. It has been announced today that the FCA will …

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June 6, 2019

Monthly Newsletter for May

My monthly newsletter for May is now available, featuring a roundup of my work in Parliament and the constituency over the last month. You can read this months newsletter by clicking here. You can sign up tor receive the newsletter directly via email by clicking here.

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June 5, 2019

South Wales Police Funding – My PMQ

Today I used my Prime Minister’s Question to challenge the Government on their failure to give South Wales Police the resources they need to protect the public after two more violent incidents in Cardiff over the weekend. This weekend once again police officers were called upon to deal with a brutal act of violence in Cardiff, a fatal stabbing near …

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