Former non-attached MS for North Wales
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My hon. Friend will be aware of the scandalous way in which Conwy county borough council has deceived parents in my constituency. The council claims that there have been cuts in its budget. Will my hon. Friend nail that lie once and for all? Will he tell the House, the country and my constituents how much more cash Conwy county borough council will have to spend in the forthcoming financial...
Is my hon. Friend aware of a similar scandal in my constituency? Conwy county borough council has told deliberate lies to the schools in my constituency in order to cover up the reason for cutting school budgets. It has calculated the expenditure required for schools and deducted from it the income that schools expect to receive from nursery vouchers. Where in any accounting practice does one...
To ask the Secretary of State for Wales what action has been taken to encourage more inward investment in Wales outside the eastern M4 and A55 corridors. 
Former non-attached MS for North Wales, Former non-attached MP for Clwyd North West
Entered the House of Commons on 9 April 1992 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 8 April 1997 — General election
Entered the Welsh Parliament on 6 May 1999
Left the Welsh Parliament on 10 September 2002
Party was Conservative until 8 Feb 2000
Also represented Clwyd North West
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