Tuesday, 21 October, 2014

Members of Llanover Community Council and friends were welcomed to the Houses of Parliament last week by local MP David Davies.

Monday, 20 October, 2014

Control of the NHS in Wales should be taken away from the Welsh Government, Monmouth MP David Davies has said.

Wednesday, 15 October, 2014

David Davies MP has said the fall in the local unemployment rate is evidence that the economic recovery is “moving in the right direction”.

Tuesday, 14 October, 2014

Local MP David Davies has vowed to keep the pressure on BT until it delivers faster broadband in Monmouthshire.

Thursday, 2 October, 2014

Anne Beynon, Chair of British Telecom in Wales is to attend a public meeting in Abergavenny organised by local MP David Davies.

David has been critical of the slow pace of improvements to the service and has asked BT to give an explanation of their plans for upgrading exchanges to the public and to take questions afterwards.

Wednesday, 24 September, 2014

 For a number of years I have been campaigning about the state of the NHS in Wales.People in Monmouthshire have also been stopped by the Welsh Government from getting treatment in England. I believe this state of affairs is unacceptable and have spoken out about this a number of times including in Parliament and in my last e-newsletter here.

Wednesday, 24 September, 2014

Monmouthshire MP David Davies today welcomed Defence Minister Philip Dunne MP to the BAE Systems site at Glascoed.

Mr Dunne was visiting the site following the end of a major transformation project which has seen 250 world war two era buildings demolished and replaced with state of the art facilities.

Monday, 22 September, 2014

Monmouth MP David Davies has welcomed the result of the Scottish referendum but expressed concerns that it could lead to large amounts of extra powers being given to the Welsh Assembly.

Thursday, 11 September, 2014

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.

Friday, 5 September, 2014

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.