Sam Rowlands

Conservative MS for North Wales

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Conservative MS for North Wales

Entered the Senedd on 6 May 2021

Recent appearances

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

    Just to build on that important point that Carolyn Thomas raised there, I'm sure you would accept that those taxes to fund those public services are impossible without an economy that works well.
  • 7. Finance Committee Debate: Welsh Government's spending priorities for the 2025-26 budget 17 Jul 2024

    Thank you, Deputy Presiding Officer. I’d like to make just four brief points in my role as temporary Chair of the Health and Social Care Committee. The first is in relation to the health and social care workforce. As you'd expect, this is a particular area of interest for the committee and one where there are long-standing issues. Given the existing workforce shortages and the rising demand...
  • 3. Topical Questions: Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board 17 Jul 2024

    I’m grateful to Mabon ap Gwynfor for submitting this topical question today, because, indeed, it is topical—topical for the people of north Wales in the fact that, for far too long, people in north Wales have been badly served by this Welsh Government, in particular in its oversight of the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, which for far too long, as we know, for context, has been...

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