Mark Isherwood

Conservative MS for North Wales

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Conservative MS for North Wales

Entered the Senedd on 1 May 2003

Recent appearances

  • QNR: Questions to the First Minister 18 Jun 2024

    How is the Welsh Government meeting the needs of pupils with additional learning needs?
  • 9. Plaid Cymru Debate: Planning policy for new power lines 12 Jun 2024

    Diolch. Undergrounding cables providing electrical power or telecommunications, rather than hanging them on poles or towers, helps improve system reliability and to reduce the risks of outages during high winds, thunderstorms, heavy snow or ice storms. Undergrounding also helps in wildfire prevention. An added benefit is the aesthetic quality of the landscape without the power lines. Although...
  • 8. Plaid Cymru Debate: Mental health and learning disability services at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board 12 Jun 2024

    Don't you agree that, in order to draw a line under this and go forward, the Welsh Government also need to apologise to the families of the victims, especially given the denials over many years that there had been institutional abuse and that there's now been a Nursing and Midwifery Council striking-off order against a nurse who's been found guilty of abusive conduct on that ward?

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