Madeleine Moon MP

Member of Parliament for Bridgend

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With 50 days to go until the General Election on 7 May, the Chancellor of the Exchequer unveiled the final Budget of this Parliament. The Chancellor referred to his Budget as evidence that Britain was "the comeback country", while Labour Leader Ed Miliband said it "would not be believed" while criticising the lack of any reference to the NHS or detailed public spending. 

The Budget 2015... and how it will affect you

With 50 days to go until the General Election on 7 May, the Chancellor of the Exchequer unveiled the final Budget of this Parliament. The Chancellor referred to his Budget...

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There is now only two weeks left before this five year Parliament comes to an end, and the one month long campaign for the election begins, and things are beginning to feel like they are winding up in Westminster as election fever sets in.

However Monday this week was a highly significant and unusually bipartisan day in the chamber, with what should be the final debate and vote on the Armed Forces (Service Complaints) Bill. The bill will establish an Ombudsman for armed forces personnel to go to over complaints of poor treatment. Having campaigned on this issue for years, the passage of the reform along with the huge boost to its powers we managed to secure earlier is something I'm highly proud of, and I'm happy to see pass before Parliament dissolves.

This Week in Parliament 9th - 13th March

There is now only two weeks left before this five year Parliament comes to an end, and the one month long campaign for the election begins, and things are beginning to feel like they are...

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This week saw the beginning of the final month of this Parliament before we dissolve for the general election on 30 March. Illness kept me out of the Chamber for the first half of the week, but I was nevertheless able to hold a Westminster Hall Debate on the topic of local suicide prevention plans on Wednesday, before contributing to the St. David's Day debate on Welsh Affairs the following day. 

Outside of my activity, there were questions in Parliament to the Education Secretary, Foreign Secretary and Prime Minister.

This Week in Parliament 2nd - 5th March

This week saw the beginning of the final month of this Parliament before we dissolve for the general election on 30 March. Illness kept me out of the Chamber for the...


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