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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.
Monmouth MP David Davies has teamed up with the Mayor of Abergavenny to support a national campaign challenging mental health service users and carers to radically improve their physical health.
A charity working to raise awareness of British Antarctic heritage has celebrated a landmark anniversary at Westminster.
Monmouth MP David Davies has spoken out against plans put forward by the Welsh Language Commissioner and the Welsh Government, which would prioritise the Welsh language on road signs in Monmouthshire.
Landlords across Monmouthshire and local MP David Davies were given some cheer before the World Cup with the news that pubs in Wales will now be able to open late, so that people in Monmouthshire can watch England’s late night matches in Brazil.
This is a victory for Mr Davies who put pressure on the Government to extend opening hours in Wales for the World Cup as had been agreed on in England on behalf of landlords and football supporters in Monmouthshire, including Margaret Cleaves, the Landlady of the Green Dragon in Monmouth.