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Speed up Brexit, slow down speeding cars

In my last column, I wrote about Parliament being prorogued, and our subsequent return to Westminster when the Supreme Court ruled the suspension to be unlawful. As a result, I’ve spent two weeks back in Parliament and we have just been prorogued again.

Watch: Huw questions announcement on National Living Wage

During today's questions to the Department for Work and Pensions, I asked the Minister whether those under 25 would be at a disadvantage when seeking employment if the National Living Wage was extended to 21-year-olds, as they would be competing against those who are older with potentially more e

Watch: Huw's speech on the Domestic Abuse Bill

In a time when the tone of exchanges in the House has made headlines, I was heartened by the debate I took part in for the second reading of the Domestic Abuse Bill.

Watch: Support for small businesses

During the summer recess, I took the opportunity to visit a number of small businesses in my constituency to discuss issues of importance to them. For many of these businesses Brexit was not the most important issue, it was the current system of VAT and business rates. 

Village Meetings

During the short break from Westminster, I have been leafleting villages inviting residents to join me to discuss local and national issues or to bring individual challenges which I can help with.

Bexhill Creative Workspace looks to go premier

Supporting the growth of the creative community in Bexhill-on-Sea has led to the investment of nearly £2m in new workspace on the site of the former Premier Foods factory. 

Watch: Huw raises the issue of loss of ATMs

Although it is great news that Link will install an ATM on the High Street in Battle, there are many high streets across the country that have lost their free to use cash points.