Merry Christmas to all working to provide essential services

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, would like to thank all those working hard to provide essential services over the Christmas period.

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Mark visits S4C to discuss impact of cuts

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has visited S4C in Cardiff as part of his role on the Welsh Affairs Committee to look at broadcasting in Wales.

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Mark raises concern over access to justice in Wales

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has called for the government to rethink proposals over access to legal aid and the closure of courts in Wales during a debate on Tuesday.

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Mark criticises outrageous fracking plans

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has criticised the Government over today’s vote to allow fracking under National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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Mark calls on Government to support community oil syndicates

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, secured a debate in the House of Commons on Monday 7th December to raise the important role of domestic oil syndicates for communities which rely on off-grid fuel to heat their homes, and to call for the Government to provide support to those who wish to set up a local club.

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Devil in detail of Chancellor’s Spending Review

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has warned of serious concerns over the details of George Osborne’s Autumn Statement which could hit some of the most vulnerable in society.

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Mark Williams Pledges Support to Improve Care for Terminally Ill

Ceredigion Member of Parliament Mark Williams has pledged to champion the concerns of local people with a terminal illness by lending his support to a Marie Curie campaign calling for the right for everyone to have palliative care when they need it.

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Mark meets with Visually Impaired Club to discuss North Road Eye Clinic

Ceredigion Liberal Democrat MP Mark Williams recently met with members of the Aberystwyth and District Visually Impaired Club to discuss concerns raised by their members about the condition of the North Road Eye Clinic. Mark has promised to raise concerns with Hywel Dda Health Board Chief Executive Steve Moore.

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Mark welcomes return of Lampeter Farmers Market

Ceredigion Member of Parliament, Mark Williams, paid a fleeting visit to Lampeter Farmers Market today, Friday 13th November.

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Concern over loss of library services in Cardigan

Ceredigion Member of Parliament Mark Williams has been inundated with correspondence from concerned residents in Cardigan regarding the possible loss of library services in the town.

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