Monmouth MP David Davies has been given written confirmation that VAT will no longer be payable on the Severn Bridge tolls once the crossings revert to public ownership.
Monmouth MP David Davies has welcomed the news that the Government has pledged an additional £12.1 million on top of current funding, for the roll out of superfast broadband in Wales.
PEOPLE living in Monmouth will no longer have to travel to A&E departments in Abergavenny or Newport if they suffer a minor injury.
Aneurin Bevan Health Board says it is not viable to reopen the town's minor injuries unit, which closed in 2011, but services are now available in Ross-on-Wye or Coleford.
Conservative MP for Monmouth, David Davies, pledged his full support for the campaign to end FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) started by Fahma Mohamed. Over the past 8 years David has spoken out on the issue in Parliament and used the Freedom of Information Act to get information from the Metropolitan police on the number of arrests and investigations which have been carried out into this crime.
Monmouth MP David Davies was the guest of Pastor Paul Baxter and the gentlemen of Usk Baptist Church last week.
The extensive damage to Monmouthshire’s infrastructure caused by fierce winter storms will cost millions of pounds to repair, claims Monmouth MP David Davies.
The Prisons Minister is to look into the risk assessments being used before prisoners are transferred to an open prison in Monmouthshire following questions in Westminster by local MP David Davies.
MONMOUTH MP David Davies has spoken out against the decline in public services in Wales during Prime Minister’s Questions.
Mr Davies highlighted the Welsh Government’s poor record on healthcare and education to the Prime Minister David Cameron after the leader of the opposition Ed Miliband recently said there were lessons to be learned from the performance of the Labour-run administration in Wales.
Local Conservative MP, David Davies MP welcomed the news that recent figures show that youth unemployment is down significantly in his Monmouth constituency.
Local Conservative MP, David Davies, has welcomed the news of falling unemployment figures in the Monmouth Constituency.