Devolution has meant the end of Britain's National Health Service.
Monmouthshire landlords and local MP David Davies have reacted angrily to news that Welsh pubs will not be allowed to stay open late during this summer’s World Cup.
Monmouth MP David Davies is set to take part in a dynamic public debate on climate change and what it means for Wales’ future generations.
David has welcomed announcements in the Budget to support pubs across Monmouthshire.
David was a firm supporter of the Call Time on Duty Campaign and wrote on behalf of all pub landlords in the constituency to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, calling on him to abolish the Alcohol Duty Escalator and take other measures to help pubs.
I have been informed by the leadership of 38 degrees that over 200 constituents would like to talk to me about my views on the leadership of 38 degrees and the NHS in Wales.
I am more than happy to speak to people living in Monmouthshire about my criticism of 38 Degrees and the NHS in Wales. Please see my open letter to constituents below:
Supporters of 38 Degrees have been told to send me standard emails complaining about comments I made in the House of Commons last week.
I stand by everything I said and wish only to make clear that my criticisms are directed entirely at the funders and paid organisers, not the many members of the public who sign their petitions.
Monmouth MP David Davies is urging foodies with a fondness for curries to put forward their favourite restaurant for a national competition.
Monmouth MP David Davies has visited the village of Grosmont to find out more about the impact of the closure of the B4347 following a series of landslips.
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.