David Rowlands

Former UKIP MS for South Wales East

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Former UKIP MS for South Wales East

Entered the Senedd on 5 May 2016

Left the Senedd on 29 April 2021

Recent appearances

  • 21. Welsh Conservatives Debate: The Future of Wales 24 Mar 2021

    I wish to start my contribution to the debate by acknowledging that, during this fifth Senedd, there have been some positive interventions with regard to the economy and to transport infrastructure, as well as moves to encourage entrepreneurial activity, but it has to be said, the previous 15 years of Labour rule, at one time ably abetted by Plaid Cymru, have been nothing short of disastrous...
  • 4. Statement by the Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport: 'Llwybr Newydd: a new Wales transport strategy' 23 Mar 2021

    [Inaudible.]—use of electric vehicles. Has the Welsh Government sought help from the UK Government to implement these? One final point. Reducing the speed limit in urban areas to 20 mph will not help reduce carbon emissions but, as the ministry of transport figures prove, will increase carbon emissions. Why does the Welsh Government ignore this paradox with a proposed implementation of...
  • 4. Statement by the Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport: 'Llwybr Newydd: a new Wales transport strategy' 23 Mar 2021

    Can I thank the Deputy Minister for his statement this afternoon? Also, can I acknowledge both Lee Waters's and Ken Skates's personal commitment to the cause of carbon-free transport? One cannot doubt that the aims outlined in this report are, indeed, laudable aims. We all want to see a greater use of public transport, more active travel and less use of cars, and where it is not possible to...

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