In a wide ranging debate on foreign affairs in the House of Commons yesterday David Davies MP made clear his support for military action against the Islamic State (IS) due to the threat they pose to the UK and civilians in Iraq.
I was strongly opposed to military action in Syria and voted and spoke against the Government position on this issue. In considering military action in Parliament I ask myself if the people against whom action is proposed pose a threat to the UK and if the action we are taking is likely to lead to a better situation for the population of that country.
Monmouth MP David Davies is supporting a Monmouth resident who wants to ensure that all those who took part in the Berlin Airlift are eligible for a medal commemorating their part in the Berlin Airlift Campaign.
Last year I voted against taking military action in Syria because I was concerned that doing so could lead to all kinds of unforeseen consequences. We are now seeing that some of those fighting against Assad in Syria are intent on creating an extremist Islamic state encompassing other nations. In the areas of Syria and Iraq where ISIS, or IS have taken control religious minorities face vicious persecution and death.
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Monmouth MP David Davies is to lead a parliamentary inquiry into cross-border health arrangements between England and Wales.
A large number of people gathered in Abergavenny on Thursday evening (17th July) to hear about plans for the National Eisteddfod, which will be held in the town in 2016.
Monmouth MP David Davies has applauded the Conservative-led County Council for its boldness and vision in pressing ahead with the provision of four new secondary schools in Monmouthshire.
An Abergavenny war veteran with chronic tooth pain is facing a wait of nine months for dental treatment.
Monmouth MP David Davies has taken up the case of a cancer sufferer who has been denied access to a life-prolonging drug because she lives in Wales.