Local News

Visit by Party Chairman James Cleverley

Great to welcome James Cleverly, the Chairman of the Conservative Party, to Overton this morning to knock on doors and visit the Corner Shop and the White Horse where we had a chat with the landlord Andy. Plenty of support particularly to Get Brexit Done.

Visit by Secretary of State for Work & Pensions

Great to welcome Rt Hon Therese Coffey, Secretary of State for Work & Pensions, to Johnstown yesterday to support my election campaign in Clwyd South and to discuss the Conservative manifesto pledge to protect pensioner benefits.

Launch of the Welsh Conservatives Manifesto

Great to speak with Boris Johnson and Paul Davies AM today in Clwyd South just before they launched the Welsh Conservatives manifesto at Bangor-on-Dee racecourse.

The Brymbo Community Christmas Fayre

Much enjoyed attending the Brymbo Community Christmas Fair at the Brymbo Enterprise Centre this afternoon with County Cllr Beverley Parry-Jones (Bryn Cefn ward) and County Cllr Paul Rogers (Brymbo ward).

Interview with Wrexham.com

I was recently interviewed by Wrexham.com as part of their General Election campaign coverage. 

Click here to watch the interview. 

Fighting cuts in train services

I discussed with Owen Paterson on his recent visit to Chirk the fury that people feel about the decision of Transport for Wales, which is the responsibility of Ken Skates AM and the Welsh Labour government in Cardiff, to cut railway services on the Chester to Shrewsbury line and to renege on the

Marking Remembrance Sunday

I was honoured to be at the moving service of Remembrance at St Mary’s Church in Chirk this morning followed by hundreds of people gathering around the War Memorial in the town centre for a service of Remembrance, Commitment and Dedication with wreath laying, the Last Post and the centenary of t

Campaigning in the snow

Despite the snow, the Clwyd South Conservative team was out in strength in Brymbo this morning and had a warm reception from residents many of whom are switching from Labour to the Conservatives and are keen to give Boris Johnson a good majority to get Brexit done.