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Thursday, December 17, 2020

MP becomes ambassador for small business

* Simon Baynes MP meets Si├ón Glyn-Jones from Courtyard Books. 

Clwyd South MP Simon Baynes has been appointed Small Business Ambassador for Wales by Conservative Party Chairman Amanda Milling.

In every region of the UK, a Conservative representative has been chosen to champion local firms. 

And on Small Business Saturday 12 Conservative MPs were chosen to as voices to represent businesses and help shape crucial government policy.

Mr Baynes said he was honoured and delighted to take on the new role. 

He said: "Since being elected in December last year, I’ve tried my very best to champion our small businesses in Clwyd South, and, along with my team, have been supporting many of them through the ongoing pandemic.

"This new role will enable me to better stand up for our local business leaders in Clwyd South and the rest of Wales, and to represent their voices to the UK Government as we rebuild our high streets and local economies post-Covid.”

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