July 4, 2019

Cardiff’s Transport Future

Cardiff is a vibrant and growing city, one in which increasing numbers of people want to live, visit and work.   Our sporting and music events attract hundreds of thousands of visitors making a vital contribution to the life and economy of the city. However, this growth also has consequences that are not so positive. Congestion, poor air quality and road …

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July 4, 2019

Today is Independents’ Day UK

July 4th is the culmination of a year round campaign supporting Independent Retail Businesses Across the UK. Here in Cardiff Central we are lucky to have such a wide range of independent retail businesses. Whether you’re at the Maelfa in Llanedeyrn, Albany Road, Clifton Street or our vibrant City Centre you’re never far from a thriving, independent retail business in …

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July 2, 2019

My Visit to Penylan House Open Day

I was delighted to visit Penylan House for an Open Day last week showcasing their work on ‘Art in Care’. Penylan House is run by Linc Cymru on the “Eden Alternative” principle which emphasises creating a person centric community. As a society we need to make sure that care homes for the elderly are good places to live. On my …

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July 2, 2019

Protecting Elections and Referendum Integrity from Online Interference

Today, our Digital Culture Media and Sport Select Committee has published a report giving the Government a deadline of the 24th July to confirm that it will introduce new legislation within six months to protect elections and referendums against online interference. Our report accuses the Government of ignoring urgent recommendations in our cross party Committee’s final report into Disinformation and …

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