Aberavon's Tribune in Parliament - Archive

Hywel's monthly column from the Port Talbot Tribune.

Please note that the Tribune is no longer in publication.


July 2008
This month we celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the National Health Service.

June 2008
I normally use this column to write about my Parliamentary work in London.

May 2008
Election Day is always an anxious time, particularly for candidates.

April 2008
I recently attended Dyffryn Comprehensive School’s outstanding performance of 'Me and My Girl'.

March 2008
I celebrated St David’s Day in two places this year.

February 2008
Many constituents have written to me about the plight of temporary agency workers.

January 2008
I always try to be positive at the beginning of a new year.


October 2007
Inevitably, the main focus of the recent Labour Party Conference in Bournemouth was the new Prime Minister’s speech.

August 2007
I was glad to hear today that our new Prime Minister, Gordon Brown was looking at new ways of honouring local 'unsung heroes'.

July 2007
After a decade of political stability we are entering a period of considerable change and some uncertainty.

May 2007
I hope that by the time you read this column there will be one big winner in the Assembly elections – democracy.

April 2007
I suppose Budget Day is the most dramatic day in the whole Parliamentary calendar.

February 2007
"What does the Tata Steel takeover mean for the future of Port Talbot?"

January 2007
At the beginning of every year I wish all Tribune readers a peaceful, prosperous and secure New Year and I do so again this year.

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