We had another series of Brexit votes to break the Parliamentary deadlock and it led to another government defeat. The Prime Minister still tells us she is carrying on with her flawed deal. Frankly she is simply running down the Brexit clock and trying to tweak her flawed deal and put this and a possible no deal with the EU before Parliament. Playing chicken with this serious issue.Read More
Albert Owen MP
Albert Owen is the Member of Parliament for Ynys Môn and a member of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee.
First elected to Parliament in 2001, Albert has also served on the Welsh Affairs Committee and the International Development Committee. He is a member of the Speaker’s Panel of Chairs and is involved in several All-Party Groups related to energy, health and digital communications.
He has been an assiduous campaigner for a diverse energy mix, including nuclear and renewables, to serve Britain’s energy needs and has worked to ensure that his constituency, the Isle of Anglesey, is at the forefront of the 21st century energy challenge.
Mae Arweinydd y Tŷ a'r Llywodraeth wedi canslo yr egwyl Seneddol Mis Chwefror, sef 18fed - 22ain Chwefror.
Felly rwyf wedi trefnu wythnos lawn yn y Senedd ac wedi canslo fy apwyntiadau yr yr etholaeth, byddaf yn aildrefnu cyn gynted ag y bo modd. Mae'n ddrwg gennym am unrhyw anghyfleustra a achosir.
The Leader of the House and the government have cancelled the February Parliamentary Recess i.e. 18th-22nd February.
I have therefore arranged a full week in Parliament and I have cancelled my constituency appointments which I will rearrange as soon as possible.
Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
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‘Anglesey First ‘ Backstop and No Deal and Tolerence
At these difficult of times it is important to focus on local communities and their most important assets-local people. I started the week at the REHAU plant in Amlwch when the company explained its reason for its proposed closure. I was joined by representative of the local authority, Welsh government and the UK government and we all offered help and support to the Company and local workforce to retain operations on the Island.