Wayne David, Labour MP for Caerphilly, has raised the benefit case of his constituent, Sharron Jones, in Prime Minister’s Questions in the House of Commons.
Wayne David, Labour MP for Caerphilly and Frontbencher, has strongly attacked the Conservative Government's European Union (Withdrawal) Bill. He has indicated that he will vote against the Bill's Second Reading tonight.
I strongly believe that the humane treatment of all animals should be a hallmark of any civilised society and it is important to send out a strong and powerful message that animal cruelty must stop.
Across the country, the general election produced a result which many did not expect. But what has not changed is the fact that Brexit will dominate the political agenda for the foreseeable future.
As I write, it is unclear if Theresa May will be successful in cobbling together an arrangement with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) which will allow her to form a government. If she does form a government it will be important to scrutinise the agreement between the Conservatives and the DUP and I will be particularly concerned about three things.
Wayne David, Labour MP for Caerphilly, has resolutely responded to the terrorist attack in London.
Wayne David was in the House of Commons at the time of the attack and was one of the MPs who spent nearly five hours in the Commons Chamber when Parliament was locked down.
Some time ago I was approached by a constituent whose son had been killed in a car accident. The constituent explained to me how his son had died, along with two other young men, after a car in which they had been passengers crashed into a roadside telegraph post.
On 7 February, Caerphilly Labour MP Wayne David spoke in a debate in the House of Commons on the need to change the law on careless and dangerous driving. This followed an accident that caused the death of three of his constituents. Mr David believes that the sentence given to the defendant in this case was not, in any away, proportionate to the offence.
Wayne David, Labour MP for Caerphilly, has been granted an adjournment debate in the House of Commons. The debate was on the Government’s consultation on driving offences and penalties relating to causing death or serious injury.