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Brexit ruling: The Supreme Court judgement

Commenting on today’s ruling by the Supreme Court that Parliament must vote on whether the government can start Brexit, Monmouth MP David Davies said: “Many Brexit supporters, myself included, will be disappointed by this ruling.

David signs Holocaust Book of Commitment

Monmouth MP David Davies has pledged his support to Holocaust Memorial Day by signing the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment in the House of Commons.

Severn crossings £3 toll plan

The UK Government officially announced plans today to cut tolls on the Severn crossings by up to 75 per cent.

Cars, vans and small buses will pay just £3 when both bridges revert to public ownership in early 2018.

£750k service upgrade for Severn Express buses

Commuters using the X7 Severn Express service between Newport via Chepstow and Bristol city centre will soon be travelling in modern environmentally friendly buses after operator First West of England unveiled three brand new 'low-carbon' vehicles. 

Christmas and New Year message

Brexit has made 2016 the most eventful year in politics I can remember - but 2017 could be even livelier! The government wants to begin the process of leaving the European Union in March, although there’s a chance this may not happen as a result of current and pending court action.