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walesonline
Jeremy Corbyn's plot to oust Welsh Secretary Alun Cairnsseats Marginal seats that Labour will have in its sights include Preseli Pembr
walesonline / Posted 15 hours ago
seats Marginal seats that Labour will have in its sights include Preseli Pembrokeshire, where former Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb has a majority of just 314, and Aberconwy – a seat held by Wales Office minister Guto Bebb in June by just 635... Read more
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Reuters
We want it in writing: Scotland and Wales seek clarity on post-Brexit powersto incorporate at least some of the Scottish and Welsh amendments to avoid the
Reuters / Posted 4 days ago
to incorporate at least some of the Scottish and Welsh amendments to avoid the embarrassment of a constitutional clash. Stephen Crabb, a Conservative member of parliament and former minister for Wales, told Reuters he thought there should be... Read more
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walesonline
How public sector pay compares - as nurses threaten strikesare smaller than the number of Unison members in the constituencies. The union
walesonline / Posted 12 days ago
are smaller than the number of Unison members in the constituencies. The union says that while former Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb has a majority of just 314, there are 2,687 Unison members in his Preseli Pembrokeshire seat. Likewise, Wales... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Public sector workers warn 27 Tory MPs 'There are more of us than your majority'Royston Smith MPSouthampton Itchen3120022Mr Zac Goldsmith MPRichmond Park457973
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
Royston Smith MPSouthampton Itchen3120022Mr Zac Goldsmith MPRichmond Park457973Mr Derek Thomas MPSt Ives31213824Rt Hon Stephen Crabb MPPreseli31426875Mr Stuart Andrew MPPembrokeshire33120876Ms Jackie Doyle-Price MPPudsey34519237Rt Hon Amber... Read more
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walesonline
Swansea lagoon 'at risk' due to lack of Government actionof the Great Western line from Cardiff to Swansea has been cancelled. Former W
walesonline / Posted 18 days ago
of the Great Western line from Cardiff to Swansea has been cancelled. Former Welsh Secretary and Preseli Pembrokeshire MP Stephen Crabb said that the new “bi-mode” trains which will be electrically powered for the stretch of the journey from... Read more

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