Owen Smith never rebelled against their party in this parliament
Since we last met, the Secretary of State has warned his Cabinet colleagues to mind their language when talking about the NHS in Wales. He said: “I want them to take care how they speak about health services in Wales…I don’t want to hear anyone talking about a second-class NHS in Wales”. Is he therefore disappointed that the Prime Minister has overruled him in...
I take it from that answer that the Secretary of State is disappointed that the Prime Minister has overruled him. I believe that the Prime Minister has done that because talking about the Welsh NHS is his favourite way of distracting people’s attention from the failings of the NHS in England. Given that there is a crisis in hospitals near the border in Telford, in Shropshire, and in...
To paraphrase the infamous, notorious entry in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, it is not a question of “For Wales, see England”, “For Scotland, see Wales”, or “For Wales, see Scotland”. We have different countries with different demographics, histories and relative tax takes, and on behalf of the Welsh people, we should sensibly take a position that reflects...
Labour MP for Pontypridd
Entered House of Commons on 6 May 2010 — General election
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