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

  • 7. Finance Committee Debate: Welsh Government's spending priorities for the 2025-26 budget 17 Jul 2024

    The Finance Committee report highlights, as we've heard, the lack of affordable housing and notes that housing and homelessness were mentioned this year more frequently than in all previous years. In 1999, when Labour first came to power here, there was no housing supply crisis in Wales, but they slashed the housing budgets during their first three terms. With Labour Governments in place in...
  • QNR: Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Climate Change and Rural Affairs 17 Jul 2024

    What action is the Welsh Government taking to sustainably support farmers?
  • 2. Business Statement and Announcement 16 Jul 2024

    I call for a Welsh Government statement on the social value provided by the further education sector. April's report for CollegesWales, 'Demonstrating the Social Value of Further Education Colleges in Wales', states that, although 12.3 per cent of learners at further education institutions self-identified as having a disability, this proportion has decreased over the last three years, and...

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