Securing Real Change for Wales

Nick Ramsay and the Welsh Conservatives have set out a five point plan to secure real change for Monmouth.Nick Ramsay and the Welsh Conservative team will: 

Scrap tolls on the Severn Bridges

Nick Ramsay and local MP David Davies have been campaigning to reduce tolls on the Severn Bridges and were delighted with the Chancellor's announcement in March 2016 that the Severn tolls are to be halved once they revert to public ownership, which is expected in 2018.

A Cancer Patients' Fund for Wales

Nick has been campaigning with local residents for a Cancer Patients' Fund to end the scandalous postcode lottery in access to life-extending cancer drugs.  Nick accepted a petition signed by 100,000 people, many of whom were from Monmouthshire, calling for such a fund to enable patients in Wales to access drugs which are readily available to patients in other parts of the UK.

Campaign to resurface the A40

 AM for Monmouth Nick Ramsay has renewed his calls on the Welsh Government to deal with the problem of excessive road noise at the Bryn and neighbouring communities along the A40.   The local AM and Monmouth MP David Davies recently met with concerned local residents of the Bryn.

Speed up Blue Badge process

 MONMOUTH Assembly Member Nick Ramsay is pressing the Welsh Government to speed up the reform of the Blue Badge scheme after receiving further complaints from constituents who say the process is taking far too long.    

Reverse Usk HSBC closure decision

LOCAL Assembly Member Nick Ramsay has voiced his dismay and shock at the news that the HSBC branch in Usk is to close in early June. Speaking today Nick said: “Coming in the wake of the closure of the NatWest branch in Usk recently I’m deeply concerned about the knock-on effects for Usk High Street.