Albert Christmas 2018 In Westminster Hall

End of Year Report

I extend Season’s Greetings and Best Wishes for 2019. 2018 was a very busy year. In Parliament the business has been dominated by Brexit.

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Poppy

‘Ni â’u Cofiwn’

Bu i bob pentref a thref ar draws Ynys Môn, Cymru, y DU a’r Iwerddon gael eu heffeithio gan arswyd y Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf – rhoddodd bobl gyffredin eu gwasanaeth mewn amgylchiadau anghyffredin er ein rhyddid ni – ‘Ni â’u cofiwn hwy’.

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Poppy

'We Will Remember'

Every village and town across Anglesey, Wales, the UK and Ireland were impacted by the horrors of the First World War - ordinary people in extraordinary circumstance gave their service for our freedom - 'We Will Remember Them'.


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Albertowenpic2

Westminster Matters

A Political Budget, ministerial resignation, PMQs and focus on North Wales

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Promoting Wales

Westminster Matters

A Royal Visit and Promoting Wales

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Westminster Matters

The Irish Question, Electric Vehicles and the Post Office

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Rmsleinster

Centenary of the sinking of the RMS Leinster

10 October marked the centenary of the sinking of the RMS Leinster. The vessel operating as a mail boat between Dún Laoghaire (then Kingstown) to Holyhead was torpedoed and sank by a German submarine U-boat 123 while on its way to Holyhead.

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Westminster Matters

Local shows and winds of change over Brexit

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South Stack Scenic

Westminster Matters

Out and About for the Summer

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Nopylons

Westminster Matters

Brexit Chaos, Delegations and Partnerships

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Happy 70Th Nhs

Westminster Matters

Happy 70th Birthday NHS, I pay tribute to all the staff, past and present for their dedication. The NHS is the greatest social policy in our history and compassion in action. To celebrate this I attended events both locally and in Parliament.

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Johns Last Visit To Parliament 002

Parliamentary democracy & local communitarian

The final leg of the EU Withdrawal Bill passed through the House of Commons but not within further controversy, not least the decision by the government not to accept that the Sovereign Parliament, not the executive (the government) has its say (meaningful vote) on the Brexit final vote. I voted for a meaningful vote as I indicated clear at the start of the Bill's passage in the Commons.

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Albert Welsh Questions 2

Brexit Bill and support for Energy & Tourism

The return of the EU (Withdrawal) Brexit Bill dominated the Commons business this week with the consideration of the Lords amendments after in-depth scrutiny on the measures. I believe the proposals to be reasonable and would have strengthened the Bill, therefore I supported them.

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Cruk Reception 6 6 2018

Westminster Matters

Cancer Research, New Build and Visits to Parliament

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Booklet 3

Westminster Matters

Community, Trains and the Irish Question… Again

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