Kinnock Dismayed At Decision Not To Grant A Posthumous Pardon For Dic Penderyn

  Aberavon MP, Stephen Kinnock, has expressed his dismay at the Ministry of Justice’s decision not to grant Dic Penderyn a posthumous pardon. In July Mr Kinnock led a delegation which included descendants of Dic Penderyn and campaigners from Aberavon and Merthyr to present a petition calling for the Aberavon-born miner to be exonerated.  Continue reading

It is an absolute disgrace if Tata are rushing to close the BSPS to avoid their obligations

Commenting on reports that Tata steel are rushing to close the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) to avoid a £60m payment that is due into the scheme, Stephen Kinnock, Member of Parliament for Aberavon said: “It is an absolute disgrace if these reports [that Tata are rushing to close the BSPS to avoid a £60m payment that is due] are true. Tata have not only legal, but also moral and social responsibilities to the members of the BSPS and the workforce across the UK.   Continue reading

Aberavon MP Welcomes Public Support for Action on Steel

Aberavon MP, Stephen Kinnock, has welcomed the results of a poll conducted by The Mirror which reveals that the public overwhelmingly support government intervention to protect the UK’s beleaguered steel industry. Continue reading