Mick Antoniw

Labour MS for Pontypridd

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Labour MS for Pontypridd

Entered the Senedd on 5 May 2011

Recent appearances

  • 2. Questions to the Counsel General: The Rights of Asylum Seekers 21 May 2024

    I would hope that you'd be ashamed of the points that you started off with, which you know are not only untrue but are grossly—[Interruption.]—grossly misleading and misrepresentative. Can I say that, in that knowledge, how disappointing it is and unethical it is to actually make those comments in that particular way? Can I just say? The Act, the Rwanda Act, is fundamentally incompatible...
  • 2. Questions to the Counsel General: The Rights of Asylum Seekers 21 May 2024

    Migration policy is not devolved, but Welsh Government does have responsibility for supporting migrant integration in Wales. So, we will continue to play a full, proportionate part in supporting asylum seekers, and we will aim to ensure they have access to relevant services and information to fully contribute to Welsh community life.
  • 2. Questions to the Counsel General: The Electoral Register 21 May 2024

    Yes, it's difficult when you are heckled by your own side, isn't it? There was no evidence for this. As Mark Drakeford mentioned, the purpose it was introduced—. Let's be clear—because the cat was out of the bag from Rees-Mogg, wasn't it—it was about voter suppression. It was about trying to make it more difficult for people to vote. Clearly, that happened when one of your former Prime...

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