Former MP, Ceredigion
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I would like to say a few words about the way in which the Bill will affect Wales—and from the perspective of a Member of the National Assembly for Wales. I shall concentrate specifically on rail. The Assembly recently debated the Government's legislative programme, and an amendment stating: the Assembly … calls on the First Secretary and the Secretary of State to seek to ensure...
Should not the authority be obliged to listen carefully to what is said by the Welsh Assembly about the needs and priorities of services in Wales? What mechanisms will the Secretary of State introduce to ensure that it does so?
The Minister mentioned energy crops and I have made the point before that there is an anomaly in the situation in which arable area payments can be converted into support payments for energy crops, but livestock payments cannot. That is discriminatory between sectors, and also between regions and parts of the UK. Is not that wrong; will he undertake to put it right; and how long will it take?
Former Plaid Cymru MP for Ceredigion
Entered the House of Commons on 9 April 1992 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 10 January 2000 — Resigned
Also represented Ceredigion and Pembroke North
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