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Universal Credit

When the Tories introduced Universal Credit they insisted that nobody would get any money for the first five weeks unless they applied for a loan. Chris has called on the government time and again to abolish this five week window. “People in the Rhondda aren’t looking for handouts. They just want to stand on their own two feet, work hard and get on in life. Many people don’t have deep pockets or savings. It’s crazy that the system pushes families into debt just when they most need help.”

Section 19 Statement

Section 19 Statement

We would like to thank Rhondda Cynon Taf Council for their thorough investigations and robust action following the flooding events of February 2020. The much anticipated section 19 report, conducted to ascertain the cause of the flooding, confirms what we have...

Getting There

Getting There

Most of us have to travel to get to work. For years the Treherbert service has been terrible. Two carriages instead of four. No seats. Filthy toilets. Delays and cancellations. Thanks to Chris’s campaigning, from 2022 brand-new trains will run every 15 minutes,...

Rhondda Arts Festival

Rhondda Arts Festival

At the last election Chris promised to help set up a Rhondda Arts Festival with Treorchy Comprehensive. True to his word the first Festival was in 2018 and this June thousands came along to the open-air cinema in Treorchy, saw the British Museum’s Japanese dragon,...