MP to host scamming awareness event

Geraint Davies, Labour and Co-operative Member of Parliament for Swansea West is hosting a coffee morning next Friday at the Sketty Community Cenre to raise awareness of Scams. The Labour MP, recently one of a number of victims of fraudster Alan Knight of Sketty, Swansea, organised the event a number of months ago alongside Age Cymru to raise awareness of doorstep, telephone, internet, email and letter scams.

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Geraint Davies MP supports Usdaw’s campaign to protect shopworkers from violence, threats and abuse

Geraint Davies MP has joined with members of the retail union Usdaw to campaign for respect for shopworkers as part of the Freedom From Fear Campaign, which seeks to prevent violence, threats and abuse directed at retail staff.

Attending a campaign event in the House of Commons, Geraint Davies has pledged to support a protection of workers bill that would introduce a specific offence of assaulting a worker serving the public, thereby extending existing protections for police officers, immigration officers and Scottish emergency service workers. 

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MP pushes Minister on Google & Facebook 'Egg Freezing'

Reports from the United States suggest Facebook is paying female employees up to 20,000 dollars (GBP12,500) to cover the costs of freezing and storing their eggs, and Apple will start a similar scheme in January.
Labour's Geraint Davies (Swansea West) accused the firms of institutional sexism and "intimidating women".
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Geraint Davies MP supports International Day of the Girl

Geraint Davies Labour and Co-operative MP for Swansea West is today supporting International Day of the Girl This is a UN-led campaign to raise awareness of gender inequalities and abuse suffered by girls around the world and this year’s theme is “Empowering adolescent girls: Ending the cycle of violence”.

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MP's Bill to criminalise distribution of private sexually explicit photos without consent

Next Wednesday Geraint Davies Labour MP for Swansea West is presenting his Bill in Parliament to criminalise the distribution of sexually explicit photographs and videos without the consent of those pictured.

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