Wayne David MP is encouraging people living in the Caerphilly constituency to ‘pass on plastics’ by giving his support to a campaign to reduce the use of single-use plastics.
The #PassOnPlastics campaign is urging people to commit to making simple changes that will help to cut down on the amount of single-use plastics we all use. These changes include buying loose fruit from supermarkets instead of fruit in a plastic bag, no longer using plastic cutlery or taking their own re-usable cup when go people go to their favourite coffee shop.
Beechgrove Social Club in Penpedairheol, Hengoed, has secured a substantial reduction in a penalty from the Pension Regulator which threatened the club’s closure.
Wayne David, Labour MP for Caerphilly, has signed a Book of Commitment to remember the victims and honour the survivors of the Holocaust. In signing the Book, Mr David urged his constituents to reflect on the importance of the words we all use and the impact they can have.
Wayne David, Labour MP for Caerphilly, has said that he is “pleased” that President Trump has decided not to come to Britain for the opening of the new American Embassy.
Wayne David MP, Labour’s Shadow Minister for the Armed Forces and Defence Procurement, has strongly attacked the Government’s defence procurement policy in an article published on the Fabian Society website.
In November, Westminster held the annual “UK Parliament Week”.
Parliament Week provides the opportunity to foster closer engagement between the public and their Parliament by promoting what it means to people, and their local communities.
My report on business at Westminster this month has to start with the momentous vote in the Commons on 13 December. MPs ensured they will have a meaningful vote on the final Brexit deal, a decision which has been described by commentators, as “Parliament taking control of the EU withdrawal process”, and by myself as a “great victory for democracy”.
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.
Keeping our pubs afloat was the title of an event I recently attended in Westminster hosted by the All Party Parliamentary Beer Group.
The Group, which was founded in 1993, has amongst its aims the promotion of the wholesomeness and enjoyment of beer and the unique role of pubs in the UK, and their value to tourism; to broaden recognition of the contribution of brewing and pubs to employment and to the UK economy; to promote understanding of the social responsibility exercised by the brewing industry and to promote a positive future for beer and the pub.