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“Open Letter Of Concern” to Mark Drakeford, First Minister of Wales

To the RT Hon Mark Drakeford AM, First Minister of Wales Following our representations to Jane Hutt AM at our Extraordinary Meeting on 22nd May 2019, we politely but formally call upon the Welsh Government to demonstrate a genuine commitment to protecting the people of Wales during the Welsh Governments self-declared “Climate Emergency”. We call upon you[…]

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Peaceful Protest on hold

Due to the success of last night’s Extraordinary Meeting and positive representations held in collaboration with Jane Hutt AM, Coucillors of the Vale and Barry Town council. DIAG makes key decisions. “Having given careful consideration DIAG has decided in best interests of the community to reschedule the Peaceful Protest event and encourage supporters to attend[…]

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Stop The Permit

TAKE ACTION: Below is a pre-drafted ‘urgent call’ letter which you can send off by filling in your name and address. Emails will be sent directly to those that are responsible for our future Well-being. Template letter and how to use it: 1. Add your specific details to the main body of the text 2.[…]

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Stop The Ofgem Subsidy

For some time DIAG has been looking into the subsidy which will fund this monstrosity. We have now written to Alun Cairns MP and Ofgem because we have grounds to believe Aviva SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO CLAIM THE PUBLIC SUBSIDY, funded by energy bill payers. We have asked Alun Cairns to lobby the regulator[…]

It's not over yet

DIAG Objectives

The Barry waste wood incinerator has been granted a permit by Natural Resources Wales to operate and the developer claims to have hit their subsidy deadline – so why is the Barry Docks Incinerator Action Group continuing to fight the incinerator and the related open-air wood store on the dock? Because there is still much[…]