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A British Labour Party politician. The Shadow Minister for Food and Farming since 2010.
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ENG: Ifor Huw Irranca-Davies (born 22 January 1963), born Ifor Huw Davies, is a British Labour Party politician, who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ogmore since 2002. (He adopted his wife's maiden name as part of his own surname when they married.) Having served as Parliamentary Private Secretary in the Northern Ireland Office, the Department for Work and Pensions, and the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, he became an Assistant Whip in May 2006. On 29 June 2007, he was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Wales, before being promoted to the role of Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State in the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Offices held Huw Irranca-Davies has held the following positions: May 2005 – May 2006: ...
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Huw Irranca-Davies MP Pledges to “Do His Bit” for British...


... Armed Forces Huw Irranca-Davies, MP for Ogmore, has pledged to do his bit for the British Armed Forces family. Huw made the pledge on The Royal British Legion’s campaign website, www.timetodoyourbit.org.uk. The website also features the charity’s general election manifesto, which sets out priorities for the next Government to improve conditions for Service Personnel and their families, the bereaved, veterans and dependants. Read more: Huw Irranca-Davies MP


Going for Gold - Huw's Column Gazette 05.07.12


One of the real joys of my role as Member of Parliament is visiting schools, to see the fantastic work carried out by staff and pupils. In a way that was never done in my schooldays, pupils are encouraged to make links with children from countries far away, to share experiences of each other’s school and home lives. In this way primary and secondary school children from the borough develop an understanding of the lives of children in India and South America, Africa and Asia and the Middle East. But they also learn of the tragedy of those children who never have the chance to go to ...


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Red Aristocracy
Category: Politics A striking feature of the new front bench of the Labour Party is how dynastic the party has become. Never mind the emergence of the professional political class, which aims for and knows only the political world, there’s an added layer of relationships; Labour has turned into a political aristocracy. Here are examples [...]
Yarmouth Mercury: “Erosion trip leaves mixed feelings”
COASTAL erosion campaigners were left with mixed feelings following the visit of a high-powered government official to hear their concerns and ideas. Minister for marine and natural environment Huw Irranca-Davies MP dropped in at various sites along the Norfolk coast to find out more about plans to defend the shoreline from an encroaching sea. One [...]
Shadow cabinet “vote for me” letters
The shadow cabinet race is well under way, and a welcome distraction from the leadership contest. The decisions have been made and confirmed. The nominations must be in by Wednesday 29 September and the canvassing has begun. So far we have seen “vote for me” letters from: Roberta Blackman-Woods Kevin Brennan Chris Bryant Barry Gardiner [...]
EADT: “Minister witnesses coastal erosion”
GUIDELINES on how the government will try to tackle the problem of coastal erosion will be drawn up using knowledge from communities along the Norfolk and Suffolk coast, a minister said yesterday. Huw Irranca-Davies, minister for the natural and marine environment, wildlife and rural affairs, visited the east coast yesterday to see local erosion problems [...]



 
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