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Monmouth Amnesty branch welcome town Mayor and MP

The Monmouth Branch of Amnesty International held a successful coffee morning at the Priory Centre in Monmouth this week to highlight the work of human rights defenders throughout the world.

Severn bridge tolls gone

Monmouth MP and Chairman of Parliament's Welsh Affairs Committee expressed his delight that the long promised scrapping of Severn Bridge tolls has today finally happened.

Mr Davies said:

Goytre branch surgery saved from closure

Back in July 2018, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board had sadly received a formal request from Churchwood Surgery to close their branch surgery premises at Goytre.

Monmouth students visit Parliament

Sixth formers from Monmouth Comprehensive paid a visit to Parliament this week and gave local MP David Davies a thorough grilling on Brexit and other issues.

My regular newspaper column: Your MP Writes

The current First Minister Carwyn Jones is on the brink of retiring and I wish him well. There are three Assembly Members from the Labour group seeking his job and the winner will be crowned as Wales’ next First Minister.

Funding bid for repairs to Inglis Bridge

Monmouth MP David Davies has written to the Rt Hon Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson MP to ask for funding to be provided for repairs to the Inglis Bridge into Vauxhall Fields.