Madeleine Moon MP

Labour Member of Parliament for Bridgend

My work representing the people of Bridgend in Westminster

 

Madeleine Moon MP added, “I enjoyed meeting beneficiaries and staff from The Royal British Legion and learning more about the work being done in my local area. Members of the Armed Forces community make huge sacrifices in the service of our country, and I am proud to support the work of the Legion in honouring the memory of the fallen and building a better future for the living.”

Madeleine Moon MP Meets Area Manager from The Royal British Legion

  Madeleine Moon MP added, “I enjoyed meeting beneficiaries and staff from The Royal British Legion and learning more about the work being done in my local area. Members of... Read more

Following the debate and vote in Parliament, please find an update on my position here

Article 50 vote - an update

Following the debate and vote in Parliament, please find an update on my position here

You can read my speech on the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill here.

Debate on EU Bill

You can read my speech on the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill here.

As an MP, you never know from one day to the next what will arrive in your inbox, certainly seabass stocks was not one of them, but here is a  Parliamentary update on seabass as an example of one of the more unusual, yet important issues I have been active on. Without contact from a small group of constituents about the alarming decline in seabass stocks, I would never have expected to have raised this issue or attracted criticism from the commercial fishing industry.

Seabass - Parliamentary Update

As an MP, you never know from one day to the next what will arrive in your inbox, certainly seabass stocks was not one of them, but here is a...

Yesterday, I had a timely debate on environmental protection after Brexit. Much of our environmental protection laws originate in the EU, so ensuring that this legislation is transferred and we have robust structures in place to continue to protect our habitats and native species is vital. Read the debate here

Environmental Protection after Brexit

Yesterday, I had a timely debate on environmental protection after Brexit. Much of our environmental protection laws originate in the EU, so ensuring that this legislation is transferred and we...

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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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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...

Defence Select Committee says the UK should be doing more against ISIS

The UK can and should be playing a greater role in the fight against DAESH (ISIS) in Iraq and Syria according to the Defence Committee's report published Thursday 5 February...

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Around 50 MPs were represented at the launch of 'Condemned To Silence', a report by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Motor Neurone Disease, which I chair. The report looks into poor access for communication aids for those living with disease, those in attendance heard the shocking findings of the report which took evidence from nearly 1,700 people living with or affected by MND.

There are 5,000 people living with MND in the UK today. 30% will die within 12 months of diagnosis 80-95% will experience communication difficulties before they die. The NHS is failing to provide communication equipment to people with MND.

As Chair of the All Party Group I hosted the launch on Tuesday 27th January and then raised the issue with the Prime Minister at Prime Minister’s Questions the following day.

PM offers support for Motor Neurone Disease Association Report

Around 50 MPs were represented at the launch of 'Condemned To Silence', a report by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Motor Neurone Disease, which I chair. The report looks into... Read more

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After March's Budget, the Autumn Statement is the most important financial and economic statement of the year. During the Statement the Chancellor of the Exchequer updates the House of Commons on the progress of the economy and the state of the public finances. 

The Autumn Statement 2014

After March's Budget, the Autumn Statement is the most important financial and economic statement of the year. During the Statement the Chancellor of the Exchequer updates the House of Commons...

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