Mark reiterates Post Office calls at demonstration

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has reiterated calls for the Post Office to remain at its Great Darkgate Street location following the cross-party march and demonstration held in Aberystwyth on Saturday 19th March.

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Budget cuts and missed opportunities

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion and Deputy Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has commented on today’s budget announcement by the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

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Swansea Tidal Lagoon must not be kicked into long grass

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion and Deputy Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has raised worries about the future of the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project during a recent debate in Parliament.

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Mark welcomes students to Parliament for International Women’s Day

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has hosted students in Westminster as part of International Women’s Day to promote greater equality for women in politics and the wider world.

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Concern over Cambrian Rail line remapping for tourist trade

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has raised concerns over the potential franchise remapping of the Aberystwyth to Birmingham rail service in the House of Commons and with Ministers.

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Mark raises failure of mobile infrastructure in Commons

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has raised the failure of the Government’s Mobile Infrastructure Project in the House of Commons during a Welsh Affairs debate on Thursday, 3rd March.

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Ceredigion most pro-Europe area in UK

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has welcomed the latest research which shows that Ceredigion is the most positive area in the UK about our European membership.

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St David’s Day should be a national holiday

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has used the opportunity of St David’s Day to put forward a Bill in the House of Commons to allow the Welsh Assembly to designate St David’s Day a Welsh public holiday.

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Rural concern over loss of Motability

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has raised the concern of constituents about the loss of Motability vehicles during a debate in Parliament this week.

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Failure to improve infrastructure stunting rural job growth

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion and Deputy Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has criticised the failure to improve mobile and broadband infrastructure in rural Wales and its negative impact on job growth during questions to the Wales Office on Wednesday, 24th February.

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