Geraint Davies MP votes against hated Bedroom Tax

Today Swansea West MP Geraint Davies was in Parliament to vote against the hated Bedroom Tax during a debate in the House of Commons

The Bedroom Tax has caused hardship for hundreds of thousands of people across the country, costing low-income families an average of £700 a year. Two thirds of those hit by the Bedroom Tax have disabilities and 60,000 are carers. In Wales alone over 31,692 people have been affected.

The Liberal Democrats have repeatedly joined the Tories to keep the Bedroom Tax in place and have previously resisted any attempt to protect people from it. Yet today the Liberal Democrats joined Labour in voting against their own policy in Parliament.

Unfortunately this vote will not abolish the bedroom tax, but it is a step in the right direction and a glimmer of hope for many.

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Local MP calls on new Secretary of State to help broker ceasefire in the Middle East

Geraint Davies MP for Swansea West has spoken out about the current situation in the Middle East, and has called on the new Foreign Secretary Phillip Hammond MP to help unite the international community to bring about a real and lasting ceasefire.  

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Swansea MP gains support of 25 European MPs following his speech on risks to democracy of EU US trade deal arrangements

Following a speech on Monday, local MP Geraint Davies has gained the support of 25 European MPs from different political parties on a motion relating to the risks to democracy of an EU/US trade deal.
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Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

Below is the official transcript of Geraint Davies' introduction to the debate in the House of Commons on Thursday 15th Jan 2015.



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