Vaughan Gething

Labour MS for Cardiff South and Penarth

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Labour MS for Cardiff South and Penarth

Entered the Senedd on 5 May 2011

Recent appearances

  • 1. Questions to the First Minister: Further Devolution Powers 18 Jun 2024

    Well, I don't accept a large chunk of what the Member is saying. It is manifestly not true to say we're in the same position as the Conservatives. We have a manifesto offer that takes devolution forward. The Conservatives have a manifesto that assaults devolution in two significant areas. On some of the specific points that the Member references, we have a manifesto pledge to consider taking...
  • 1. Questions to the First Minister: Further Devolution Powers 18 Jun 2024

    We established the Independent Commission on the Constitutional Future of Wales to develop options to strengthen devolution to the Senedd. We have accepted the commission's recommendations in full, and are now taking forward this ambitious agenda for Wales.
  • 1. Questions to the First Minister: Small Businesses in Caerphilly 18 Jun 2024

    I'm not familiar with Dirty Cowgirl, or the business, but moving away from the individual business, there is a point around both what we're looking to do to regenerate and sustain town centres—so, not just our 'town centre first' approach on planning, but the Transforming Towns funding that we have—and that is to make sure that there is a vibrant sense of place for businesses and for...

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