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Short-sighted decision to close Severn bridges Twitter feed

A decision to close the official Severn bridges Twitter account has been labelled “short-sighted”.

Highways England wants to shut down the feed and post all future updates about the Severn crossings via its south west account.

Prime Minister urged to look into regulatory role of FCA

A Gwent MP has asked the Prime Minister to find out what the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) actually does to regulate the companies on its approved register.

David Davies, MP for Monmouth, queried the role of the FCA during Prime Minister's Questions today. 

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The collapse of London Capital & Finance (LCF) has ruined the lives of thousands of people who have lost their life savings. The anger is rightly centred on the management and those who may have used misleading claims to sell a high risk product.

Chepstow bypass funding discussed

The new Wales Office Minister has made his first official visit to Monmouthshire to discuss plans for a Chepstow bypass.

Athletics legend opens new exam centre in Abergavenny

David Davies MP has welcomed the opening of InterHigh’s new private exam centre in Abergavenny.

The facility in Cantref Court was officially opened by athletics legend and BBC Sport pundit Colin Jackson CBE.