Written Questions

Written Questions To The Ministry Of Justice On The Proposed Prison For Port Talbot

Following on from the public meeting held at the Aberavon Beach Hotel about the proposals to build a prison on land in the Baglan Industrial Park, I have been tabling the following written questions: Continue reading

Written Questions On Contaminated Blood Inquiry

My questions to the Department of Health on the contaminated blood inquiry Continue reading

Written Questions On Universal Credit

My written Parliamentary questions to the Department of Work and Pensions over concerns about the roll-out of Universal Credit. Continue reading

Funding for Wales

I have tabled the following questions about the funding Wales will receive in the Budget: Continue reading

Written Questions To The Ministry Of Justice On The Proposed Prison For Port Talbot

As Parliament returned from the summer recess I tabled a range of questions around the Ministry of Justice's proposals to build a prison on land in the Baglan Industrial Estate. You can read my questions below. Continue reading

Steel Of UK Origin

  I tabled a written parliamentary question to the Ministry of Defence asking them about introducing a certificate of origin on steel used in construction, a call that was made in the Steel 2020 report. You can read their response below. Continue reading

Steel In Type 26 Frigates

I tabled questions to the Ministry of Defence on the steel that they are using to build the Type-26 frigates and below is the response that I received: Continue reading

Questions To The Ministry Of Justice On The Proposed Prison For Port Talbot

Following the General Election I tabled a series of questions to the Ministry of Justice on their proposals to build a prison on land in the Baglan Industrial Park, these included the criteria for choosing the land, the process for determining the category of prisoner, and whether the prison would be run by a public or private operator. You can read the questions and the responses I received below. Continue reading

Market Economy Status for China and UK Steel Industry

My written Parliamentary question to the Secretary of State for International Trade on Market Economy Status for China. Stephen Kinnock: To ask the Secretary of State for International Trade, what assessment he has made of the potential effect on the UK Steel industry of granting China market economy status. (50158)  Continue reading

Overseas Trade: China

My written Parliamentary question to the Secretary of State for International Trade, on raising illegal steel dumping at a meeting with China.   Stephen Kinnock: To ask the Secretary of State for International Trade, if he will be part of the UK-China economic and financial dialogue meeting in November 2016; and whether the illegal dumping of steel by China will form part of the discussions at that meeting. Continue reading