Natasha Asghar

Conservative MS for South Wales East

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Conservative MS for South Wales East

Entered the Senedd on 6 May 2021

Recent appearances

  • 7. Debate on petition P-06-1407, 'We want the Welsh Government to rescind and remove the disastrous 20mph law' 22 May 2024

    Can I thank the Chair of the Petitions Committee for bringing this important debate to the Chamber this afternoon? I'd like to start by taking a moment to thank Mark Baker, who created this petition, as well as every single person who has signed various petitions, including this one, attended protests, created campaign groups, written letters to their representatives and truly made their...
  • 2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education: Essential Life Skills 8 May 2024

    Thank you so much for your answer, Cabinet Secretary. Now, teaching children essential life skills, I completely agree with you, is essential when it comes to setting youngsters up for the future. Road safety, as far as I'm concerned, is one of those vital skills and, in my view, should be instilled in children from a very young age. Now, I'm sure I'm going to show my age now, but, when I was...
  • 1. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning: Coal Tip Safety 8 May 2024

    Cabinet Secretary, I represent a lot of people who live near coal tips and, quite frankly, many of the communities do actually live in constant worry and fear. Ultimately, the Welsh Government is responsible for coal tip safety and has received, as you mentioned previously, millions of pounds to tackle this issue from the UK Conservative Government. And I feel that we need to see this...

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