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Agenda

Venue: Y Siambr - Y_Senedd. View directions

Note: 243(v1) 

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Items
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(45 mins)

1.

Questions to the Minister for Finance and Trefnydd

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(45 mins)

2.

Questions to the Minister for International Relations and Welsh Language

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(30 mins)

3.

Questions to the Assembly Commission

(20 mins)

4.

Topical Questions

(5 mins)

5.

90 Second Statements

(30 mins)

6.

Debate on a Member's Legislative Proposal - Workplace Parking Levy

NDM7188 Jenny Rathbone (Cardiff Central)

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Notes a proposal for a Bill to enable the implementation of a workplace parking levy.

2. Notes that the purpose of this Bill would be to:

a) enable local authorities to implement a workplace parking levy, dependent on the number of parking spaces reserved for employees;

b) enable local authorities to use the revenue to strengthen public transport and active travel routes;

c) reduce traffic congestion in major population centres;

d) encourage employers to promote active travel plans for their staff and advocate for better public transport;

e) urge Welsh Government to encourage local authorities in Wales to implement this levy, as part of a suite of measures to combat the carbon emissions which are causing a climate emergency.

 

(60 mins)

7.

Welsh Conservatives Debate - Hospice and Palliative Care

NDM7193 Darren Millar (Clwyd West)

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Notes the Cross Party Group on Hospices and Palliative Care’s report on Inequalities in Access to Hospice and Palliative Care.

2. Acknowledges that approximately 23,000 people in Wales have a palliative care need at any one time, including over 1,000 children.

3. Recognises that whilst some progress has been made in widening access to hospice and palliative care in Wales, there remains significant unmet need and under-met need, and calls on the Welsh Government to address this.

4. Calls on the Welsh Government to:

a) outline how Wales will become a 'compassionate country';

b) ensure that strengthening the provision of palliative care services in Wales is made central to this approach;

c) provide consistent reporting criteria, and address gaps in data collection on adult and paediatric palliative care needs;

d) update the funding mechanism for charitable hospices so that it is based on current local population need and prevalence data;

e) increase the level of statutory funding provided to adult and children’s hospices in Wales. 

Cross Party Group on Hospices and Palliative Care,  Inequalities in Access to Hospice and Palliative Care, July 2018

 

(60 mins)

8.

Plaid Cymru Debate - Rolling Stock

NDM7195 Rhun ap Iorwerth (Ynys Môn)

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Notes the recommendation of the Enterprise and Business Committee of the Fourth Assembly in 2013 that the Welsh Government should "develop and publish a rolling stock strategy as a matter of urgency, not only to ensure pressing decisions on rolling stock compatibility for electrification and accessibility legislation are taken in good time to avoid the increased cost and disruption associated with delay, but also to enhance the future capacity and quality of trains for the long-term".

2. Regrets the Welsh Government’s failure:

a) to take appropriate action to address the issues highlighted as long ago as 2013 in relation to rolling stock;

b) to meet the persons with reduced mobility (PRM) compliance deadline in relation to its rolling stock;

c) to make a timely request to the UK Government's Department for Transport for the requisite dispensation to keep non-PRM compliant trains in service from January 2020.

3. Expresses concern at the ongoing disruption experienced by many Transport for Wales rail passengers on a daily basis.

4. Calls on the Welsh Government to give assurance that it has contingency plans in place to mitigate the potential loss of a large proportion of its fleet.

Enterprise and Business Committee, The Future of the Wales and Borders Rail Franchise, December 2013

 

9.

Voting Time

(30 mins)

10.

Short Debate

NDM7194 Suzy Davies (South Wales West)

Trilingual Wales: The value to Wales of teaching modern foreign languages.

 

 

 

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