Debate on the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill

The European Union Withdrawal Bill, ensures that, so far as possible, the same rules and laws will apply on the day after exit as on the day before providing the maximum possible certainty and continuity to businesses, employees and consumers across the whole UK – that they will not be subject to

Welsh Conservative Debate on Regeneration

If the prosperity of communities across Wales is to be enhanced, regeneration schemes must, first and foremost, empower the people living in those communities.

Vinci Construction UK Event

Noswaith dda/Good Evening and thank you to Vinci Construction  for inviting me to sponsor and speak at this Consultants and Client evening event at the Senedd, celebrating the opening of their new office at Cardiff Gate, following twelve years in their old office at Fountain House, St Mellons.

Individual Members Debate on Fuel Poverty

Last week I hosted and spoke at the launch of the Cross Party Group on Fuel Poverty and Energy Efficiency.

I was a member of the Energy Watch Cross Party Group during the second Assembly chaired the Cross Party Group on Fuel Poverty during the third and fourth Assembly Terms.

NEA Cymru’s Reception

Prynhawn Da ac croeso, Good Afternoon and welcome,

And thank you to NEA Cymru for inviting me to host and speak at this event launching the Cross Party Group on Fuel Poverty and Energy Efficiency at this reception in the Fifth Assembly.

Individual Members Debate on Hepatitis C

 An estimated 12,000 – 14,000 people are currently living with hepatitis C in Wales, around half undiagnosed.


It is one of the three main causes of liver disease and the only one of the five ‘big killers’ in Wales and England where deaths are rising.