Alun Davies

Labour MS for Blaenau Gwent

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Labour MS for Blaenau Gwent

Entered the Senedd on 3 May 2007

Also represented Mid and West Wales

Recent appearances

  • 4. Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Climate Change and Rural Affairs: The future of farming in Wales 14 May 2024

    I very much welcome your appointment, Minister. I very much welcome the way in which you've hit the ground running. The announcement that you made today, I think, demonstrates a real willingness to move forward, but to do so in conversation with people affected. I actually fear that you're going to spend most of the next few years protecting Welsh agriculture from the impact of Brexit. We've...
  • 3. Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Education: Our national mission — delivering on Wales’s education priorities 14 May 2024

    I welcome very much the statement you've made this afternoon, Minister. There are two issues I would like to raise with you this afternoon. First of all is additional learning needs. You will remember that I was the Minister who was responsible for taking through the legislation to reform additional learning needs in Wales. I think it was about five or six years ago now we faced each other...
  • 10. Short Debate: Soaring high: Reintroducing the white-tailed eagle to Wales 8 May 2024

    The last time a white-tailed eagle was logged in Wales was in Port Talbot, of all places—the Deputy Presiding Officer takes the chair just at this moment—in Kenfig, in fact, in 1888. Our landscape has been bare of white-tailed eagles for over 150 years. It's an important point, because we say 'white-tailed eagles' today, but more commonly we'd know them of course as 'sea eagles' or 'eryr...

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