Jane Hutt

Labour MS for Vale of Glamorgan

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Labour MS for Vale of Glamorgan

Entered the Senedd on 6 May 1999

Recent appearances

  • Motions to elect Members to committees 12 Jun 2024

    Formally.
  • 2. Business Statement and Announcement 11 Jun 2024

    Diolch yn fawr, Rhun ap Iorwerth. And I think we all viewed this news with great concern not just for the workforce, but for the local economy and for the community. And we now, obviously, recognise this is very distressing news for employees and suppliers as well of Mona Dairy, and, as you say, their families and the local community. So, just to reassure you, from the Cabinet Secretary for...
  • 2. Business Statement and Announcement 11 Jun 2024

    You have raised this issue before, and, indeed, it's been raised by your colleague Darren Millar this afternoon. What Denbighshire is doing, and we welcome the introduction, as I said, is putting it in a good position to meet that 70 per cent minimum target, which begins this financial year. But any change—any change to a service that impacts people, the residents in an authority, will...

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