David has represented Clwyd West in the House of Commons since 2005.
He has spent most of his life living and working in North Wales. He practised as a solicitor for several decades, including time sent running his own practice, before being elected to Parliament at the 2005 General Election. David has subsequently been re-elected as the Member of Parliament for Clwyd West for the third time.
The debate about whether the Chinese company, Huawei, should participate in the construction of the United Kingdom’s 5G network has, at least temporarily, diverted attention from the exciting opportunities that 5G itself has to offer. 5G will amount … read the full article
At the outset, let me set out my credentials. I am a “Spartan”, one of the awkward squad of Conservative MPs who have, on three occasions, voted down the Government’s Withdrawal Agreement. I am often asked at events … read the full article
Life as an MP entails a lot of travelling. During the working week in term time, I am, of course, in Westminster. Weekends are spent in the constituency, seeing people in “surgery”, attending local events and trying to see a … read the full article