The Severn crossings could revert to public ownership as early as autumn 2017 and preparations need to be made, the chairman of the Welsh Affairs Committee has said.
Monmouth MP David Davies will vote for Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU), saying it is “time to put power over policies back in the hands of the British public”.
BT's "monopoly" of the broadband cable network needs to be broken up if the UK is to escape the digital dark ages, Monmouth MP David Davies has warned.
Last week, the Abergavenny Chronicle published a lovely poem from ex-miner Trevor Williams lamenting the closure of Britain's last remaining deep coal mine at Kellingley colliery, North Yorkshire. Here is my response, also in verse:
Monmouth MP David Davies has called for a reduction in carbon taxes to help prevent further job losses in the Welsh steel industry.
The Foreign Office is being urged to update its travel guidance for women heading to Germany following sex attacks and mob violence in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.
Residents of an Abergavenny estate are being supported by their MP in a bid to secure funding for a new children’s playground.
The Archbishop of Wales, Most Revd Dr Barry Morgan, and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby, have been suggesting that the half a million migrants who come into the UK each year are not enough and more should be welcomed. It is a familiar message from church leaders who these days seem more comfortable preaching the word of the Guardian than the word of God.
Monmouth MP David Davies has called on the Prime Minister to act on the “genocide” being perpetrated by so-called Islamic State against Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East.
Many will look back on 2015 with mixed feelings.