Joel James

Conservative MS for South Wales Central

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Conservative MS for South Wales Central

Entered the Senedd on 6 May 2021

Recent appearances

  • 7. Statement by the Minister for Social Partnership: The retail sector — Contributing to Wales's economic mission 11 Jun 2024

    Thank you, Minister, for your statement. As you have quite rightly said, the retail sector in Wales is vital to providing so many jobs across the country, and of course providing vital skills that are transferable to other industries. Although you haven't mentioned it in your statement, I believe that, in order to improve the retail sector and help improve footfall to high-street businesses,...
  • 5. Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Climate Change and Rural Affairs: A sustainable Welsh marine environment 11 Jun 2024

    Thank you, Cabinet Secretary, for your statement today. I'm delighted that you have mentioned Project Seagrass because, as many Members might know, I'm the Senedd seagrass champion, and I'm very keen to make sure that the Welsh Government doesn't forget its commitment to seagrass restoration. As the Cabinet Secretary may already know, the biggest issues now facing the seagrass community are...
  • 1. Questions to the First Minister: The UK General Election 11 Jun 2024

    As you will know, First Minister, every UK Government has been defeated due to its economic record, which has left us with higher taxes, higher national debt and higher unemployment. As we have seen recently, a Keir Starmer Government—sorry, Llywydd, a Sir Keir Starmer Government; whatever else he is, the man is still a knight—will mean higher taxes for ordinary men and women throughout...

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