- “Red Meat Industry Must Be Supported” Says Local AM
- Paul Davies Visits Royal Welsh Show
- Evidence for a Keogh-style inquiry continues to grow
- Paul Davies Congratulates new Secretary of State, Stephen Crabb MP
- Labour failed Powys Fadog campaigners
- Withybush fight goes on
- Funding for Fishguard Raised in Assembly Chamber
- Pembrokeshire shoppers donate over 1 tonne of food for local people in need
- Labour spend £9,000 on Twitter monitoring
- Have Your Say on Welsh NHS Services
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Paul Davies AM
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Protecting the services and status of Withybush Hospital is Paul’s top priority. Maintaining access to hospital services based locally is vital to the safety and convenience of Pembrokeshire people.
Along with Stephen Crabb MP, Paul has given his unqualified support to the Save Withybush Action Team (SWAT), and has repeatedly called for assurances... Read More
The combination of relatively low incomes and soaring property prices has left Pembrokeshire with a severe shortage of affordable housing, and means that many local families are unable to afford their own homes, and some are increasingly forced out of the county all together.
With more than 4,000 people currently on the...Read More
Keeping competitive in the 21st Century is vital if Pembrokeshire is to maintain its position as one of Wales’ preeminent areas for industry and tourism. That is why Paul has long campaigned to see the dualling of the A40 from St Clears to Haverfordwest and Fishguard.
With new major developments of LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) terminals at...Read More
As a largely rural constituency, the farming industry remains at the heart of the Pembrokeshire economy. The issues facing the agricultural industry – from TB and Foot-and-Mouth to unsustainable prices – are ones that Paul feels passionately about.
Paul has met regularly with farming groups, such as...Read More
Improved rail services to and from Pembrokeshire is something Paul has been fighting for. At a time of massive fuel price increases, investment in the rail network in West Wales is vital both economically and environmentally, as well as giving residents more opportunity to use public transport.
Paul has been fully supportive of the...Read More