Russell George

Conservative MS for Montgomeryshire

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Conservative MS for Montgomeryshire

Entered the Senedd on 5 May 2011

Recent appearances

  • 1. Questions to the First Minister: Young Musicians 18 Jun 2024

    The leader of the opposition was just telling me he can also play the trumpet, First Minister, so I look forward to a competition between the two of you on who can play the trumpet the loudest. [Laughter.] But on a serious note, this is a very important question on the order paper today and last month at the Urdd building across the road, some Members here attended the event that celebrates...
  • QNR: Questions to the First Minister 18 Jun 2024

    How is the Welsh Government addressing road safety concerns in Montgomeryshire?
  • 9. Plaid Cymru Debate: Planning policy for new power lines 12 Jun 2024

    You were talking there about the plans that National Grid have and Bute Energy have. They're not about strengthening the network in mid Wales, as perhaps you've alluded to; they're about taking the power out, and perhaps that's one of the issues that needs to be addressed as well.

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