Urgent action is now required to help the steel industry to reduce its energy costs

  Stephen Kinnock (Aberavon) (Lab): The Port Talbot steelworks in my constituency accounts for over 4,000 jobs, but it is facing crippling energy bills. Does the Secretary of State agree that urgent action is now required to help the steel industry to reduce its energy costs? Continue reading

Crippling energy bills are crippling the steel industry, and it is time for the Government to act.

  Stephen Kinnock (Aberavon) (Lab): What recent assessment he has made of the effectiveness of the Government’s strategic support for industries and sectors. Continue reading

Sustainable Development Goals

   I also want to declare that I spent more than a year living and working in Sierra Leone as director of the British Council there and four years at the World Economic Forum, which of course deals with many of the issues we are discussing. Continue reading

Parc Slip Is A Health And Safety Ticking Timebomb

Does my hon. Friend agree that the situation has now become a serious health and safety issue? Whatever the questions around who owns what—is it Celtic?  Continue reading

Severn Bridge Tolls

 Stephen Kinnock (Aberavon) (Lab): I congratulate my hon. Friend on securing the debate. Does she agree that the policy for the bridges and their tolls is a classic example of a false economy?  Continue reading

Contaminated Blood Had Awful Emotional And Psychological Impact On Families

 Stephen Kinnock (Aberavon) (Lab): I rise to speak on behalf of my constituent Tony Farrugia. Mr Farrugia lost his father and two uncles when they contracted AIDS and hepatitis C from contaminated blood. Days after the death of his father, Tony and his twin brother were separated and sent to care homes more than 100 miles apart Continue reading

Protect Port Business

 Stephen Kinnock (Aberavon) (Lab): What recent discussions he has had on the proposed EU port services regulation Continue reading

Business Rates Holiday For Steel Industry

 Stephen Kinnock (Aberavon) (Lab):  My hon. Friend mentioned business rates. As we know, the lack of investment in machinery and technology is a major reason for the United Kingdom’s productivity crisis.  Continue reading

Far From Fixing The Roof While The Sun Is Shining, The Chancellor's Budget Will Send Roof Tiles Flying While The Storm Clouds Gather

 The fact is that Britain in 2015 is more unequal, divided and insecure than it has been at any time since 1945. We know that inequality between rich and poor in the United Kingdom has widened in recent years.  Continue reading

UN Report On Gaza

Westminster Hall Debate Continue reading