Madeleine Moon MP

Labour Member of Parliament for Bridgend

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It has been an interesting week in Parliament. The centenary of  Women’s Suffrage has given us all a chance to pause and reflect on what our Democracy stands for and the goals it attempts to achieve for all in our society.

However, the relentless pace of Westminster doesn't allow pause for too long.

I was away from the House this week, attending a NATO Parliamentary Assembly gathering in Washington D.C. NATO is becoming an increasingly important outlet for the UK to express our views and wishes to our partners and allies around the world, and so it is vital that the UK delegation has a strong showing at all these events , in order to demonstrate the UK’s strength and commitment to the alliance.

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This Week in Parliament 05 - 09 February 2018

It has been an interesting week in Parliament. The centenary of  Women’s Suffrage has given us all a chance to pause and reflect on what our Democracy stands for and...

What started out as a potentially quiet week in Parliament was quickly taken over by events outside the House.

The leaking of the Governments Brexit economic analysis once again brought to the fore the Government’s caviller attitude to Brexit and Parliament. The lack of trust in both Parliament and the voters from Government infuriated Members, leading to a much busier and fast paced week than anticipated.

All this was carried out with a background of increasingly obvious in fighting within the Government, making for an interesting and potentially crucial period for Parliament.

I also had the pleasure of meeting a delegation from the Baltic states and another from South Korea, along with other Members of the Defence Committee.

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This Week In Parliament 29 January - 02 February

What started out as a potentially quiet week in Parliament was quickly taken over by events outside the House. The leaking of the Governments Brexit economic analysis once again brought...

This was yet another week dominated by Brexit and Defence. The progress of the Nuclear safeguards Bill through Parliament once again highlighted many unseen knock on effects of Brexit and David Davis’ performance in front of the Exiting the European Union select Com-mittee left many Members once again with their heads in their hands.

The pressure Members have brought to bare over Defence has, however, produced some potentially positive results. Another active week saw three debates in relation to the Government's handling of the Military and the Government finally announce a fresh review of the Armed Forces. This offers Members the opportunity to further pressure the Government into giving the Military the attention it so desperately needs.

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This Week In Parliament 22-26 January

This was yet another week dominated by Brexit and Defence. The progress of the Nuclear safeguards Bill through Parliament once again highlighted many unseen knock on effects of Brexit and...


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