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Welsh Minister exposes ministerial muddle and proposes to hang Penny Mordaunt in to the Rhondda Tunnel

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Welsh Minister exposes ministerial muddle and proposes to hang Penny Mordaunt in to the Rhondda Tunnel

A Welsh MP has summarized the chaos that has erupted in Westminster over the last few weeks in an impressive speech delivered at the House of Commons.

Member of the Rhondda Chris Bryant was addressing the head in the household Penny Mordaunt. He was requesting her help in securing a reopening of the Rhondda Tunnel. This tunnel was part of an abandoned railroad which connects the Rhondda and Afan Valleys. It measures 3,148m in length, which is the third longest railway tunnel in Wales.

There is an ongoing campaign to open the tunnel for pedestrians and cyclists. The tunnel is actually part of the UK Government.

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In a debate in the Parliament, The MP Bryant explained how difficult it was to get a meeting with an official on the subject. He added: “We could reopen the Rhondda tunnel that runs between Blaencwm through Blaengwynfi and it would be the second longest cycle track in Europe and also a valuable local benefit in the most deprived areas of Wales.

“It is the responsibility of The Department of Transport. So I’ve been trying my best to get meetings with Ministers.

Welsh Minister exposes ministerial muddle and proposes to hang Penny Mordaunt

“I spoke to the Secretary of State. He was excited, but unfortunately, his job was cut short and was appointed secretary of state for home and later secretary of state for energy, business as well as industrial strategy. I had a meeting with the minister, but his position was changed to Europe minister and later the chief whip. He was then secretary of state for Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland secretary. I also met with a minister. She was later made the chief whip. She was fired, but she didn’t resign, and was then sacked. I was supposed to have a meeting with the new secretary of state responsible for transportation, however she’s now the Minister of FCDO.

After laying out the struggles and tribulations encountered in trying to get the opening of the tunnel, Mr Bryant offered it to Ms. Mordaunt. “Can the head of the house perform two tasks to help me?” He asked. “First, could she make sure that no matter what minister I am meeting will stay for long enough to ensure we receive the amount of money?

“And the second question is do you think she will personally, as she is the central point within this government according to what I see, can she go close to the Rhondda Tunnel? If so, we could hang her in an opening right to the bottom, and she will be able to see it herself. We’ll let her go for the second time, most likely. It would be incredible. There will be wonderful men to take care of her while she’s down and she won’t be forced to hurt her head on the floor or something similar. It’s truly incredible, but we have to do something to facilitate this. Can she assist? I’ll do my best to assist you.”

The remarks made by Mr Bryant during the debate have garnered considerable attention in recent weeks. After a heated vote on fracking, he stated: “There was a group that included Cabinet ministers that were screaming at them, and at least one of them was physically dragged across the hall into the lobby for voting,” the MP alleged. “Now this is totally unacceptable in our process.”

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