Bang

Independent Welsh production company Joio has spent the last few months in Port Talbot filming S4C's new drama series, Bang. They have transformed the old magistrates court in town and I was delighted to visit the set and meet some of the cast. The series is a dual-language crime drama and is set to receive its premier at Reel Cinema next month.  

Round The Pier Swim 2017

On a choppy day in Swansea Bay I took part in the 49th Annual Round The Pier Swim. We took a proper battering from the waves, but despite the difficult conditions in the bay we got there in the end. Congratulations to all who took part and my thanks to the Aberavon Green Stars for organising another great round the pier swim. 

Tata Steel Pensions

Aberavon MP calls on trustees to provide BSPS members with all required information, welcomes potential end to uncertainty and hails commitment of workforce to standing up for the steel industry, but it is about time we saw similar commitment from the government Continue reading

Stephen Kinnock Joins In Food And Fun At Eastern Primary

Aberavon’s MP, Stephen Kinnock, joined youngsters at Eastern Primary for breakfast and exercise as part of the ‘Food and Fun’ programme being run over the school holidays. Continue reading

Kinnock Invites Minister To Port Talbot To Meet Residents Over Proposed Prison Plans

Aberavon MP, Stephen Kinnock, has invited Sam Gyimah to Port Talbot to meet residents at a public meeting to discuss the proposals for a prison in Port Talbot. The public meeting will take place on Wednesday 20 September at 7pm in the Aberavon Beach Hotel. Continue reading

My Invite To Sam Gyimah

I will be holding a public meeting on 20 September at the Aberavon Beach Hotel, starting at 7pm. I have invited Sam Gyimah MP, Minister for Prisons so he can directly engage with the local community on his plans for a prison in Baglan. Continue reading

Prisons Minister Response

Following my meeting with the Prisons Minister Sam Gyimah I received this letter from him: Continue reading

Britain can use EEA as comfortable waiting room before Brexit

Financial Times The debate about what sort of Brexit the government should be seeking to secure has generated a tremendous amount of heat but not a great deal of light. Hard, soft, car crash, red white and blue — you name it, the list of random adjectives used to describe the type of departure from the EU is long. So, perhaps now would be a good time to remind ourselves of three vitally important facts. Continue reading

Letter to Sam Gyimah

After my meeting with Sam Gyimah MP, Minister for Prisons, I wrote to him asking him for clarification on some of the points discussed in the meeting. You can read my letter here: Continue reading

July 2017 Newsletter

My July newsletter is now out, with news from Aberavon and Parliament. You can subscribe to my mailing list to receive my newsletter each month here. Continue reading