Madeleine Moon MP

Member of Parliament for Bridgend

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The registration system for elections has changed. 

The new system is called ‘Individual Electoral Registration’ (IER) and is the biggest change to the voter registration system in 100 years. 


Most people who are already registered will be transferred automatically to the new register. However some people may need to re-register in Bridgend County Borough Council.

There are also people in the area who are not registered to vote at all and so need to register to have their say in elections.

If you weren't registered previously, you can register under the new system at:

www.gov.uk/register-to-vote

Are you Registered to Vote?

The registration system for elections has changed. The new system is called ‘Individual Electoral Registration’ (IER) and is the biggest change to the voter registration system in 100 years.  Most people...

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**Tickets available now**

On Thursday 26th February I'll be hosting a town hall style lecture and Q&A on energy and climate change with Joan Walley, Chair of Parliament's Climate Change Group, Chair of Environmental Audit Select Committee and Labour MP for Stoke-on-Trent North. 

Thursday 26 February 2015
From 7.00 - 9.00pm
Carnegie House, Wyndham Street, Bridgend

To book your place please ring: 01656 750002
or email: moonm@parliament.uk

Entry is free, donations please to be made at the event to the Bridgend Food Bank of soap, shampoo, toilet rolls, cleaning materials, pet food or chocolate

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Energy + Climate Change Q&A Event with Joan Walley MP, 26th Feb

**Tickets available now** On Thursday 26th February I'll be hosting a town hall style lecture and Q&A on energy and climate change with Joan Walley, Chair of Parliament's Climate Change Group, Chair of Environmental...

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This was the last week of Parliament before a one-week recess; Parliament will return on Monday 23 February. 

There was very little legislation to deal with in Parliament; most of my work for the week took place in Committee Rooms, as I was arguing in favour of a number of key amendments to the Armed Forces Ombudsman Bill.

I was successful in persuading two Liberal Democrat MPs to vote in favour of  two of my amendments, meaning that they were adopted in spite of Government opposition. Outside of this success, the only action that took place in the Chamber were questions to the Home Secretary, Deputy Prime Minister and Prime Minister. 

This Week in Parliament 9th - 13th February

This was the last week of Parliament before a one-week recess; Parliament will return on Monday 23 February. There was very little legislation to deal with in Parliament; most of my...


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