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1. Questions to the First Minister: Young Musicians (18 Jun 2024)

Julie Morgan: Thank you for the response.

1. Questions to the First Minister: Young Musicians (18 Jun 2024)

Julie Morgan: I've been approached by parents in Cardiff North, and as a result recently visited the junior conservatoire at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, where everyone is absolutely devastated and upset about the uncertainty about its future. The school caters for 300 young people to attend on a weekend. The vast majority of them get bursaries to come, based on household income. It offers...

1. Questions to the First Minister: Young Musicians (18 Jun 2024)

Julie Morgan: 3. What plans does the Welsh Government have to support the development of young musicians? OQ61295

QNR: Questions to the First Minister (11 Jun 2024)

Julie Morgan: What steps is the Welsh Government taking towards the devolution of powers regarding assisted dying to Wales?

3. Debate: The Infected Blood Inquiry Report ( 4 Jun 2024)

Julie Morgan: I'm very pleased that we're joined in the public gallery by a large group of those infected and affected here in Wales, including my constituents, Sybil and Bev, and chair of Haemophilia Wales, Lynne Kelly. I'd like to pay a particular tribute to Lynne Kelly to thank her for the sensitive, determined way that she has led this group. Because it's those that have had their lives...

4. Topical Questions: The Infected Blood Inquiry (22 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: Thanks very much to the Cabinet Secretary for her response and for her apology on behalf of the Welsh Government, and thank you to Mabon for putting the topical question. As I said during the business statement yesterday, I was up in Central Hall Westminster when this very important statement was made, and I was with people from south Wales who have suffered and have been affected. I just...

3. Questions to the Senedd Commission: People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (22 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: Thank you for the response.

3. Questions to the Senedd Commission: People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (22 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: Thank you very much, Joyce. Two weeks ago, I had a 90-second statement here in the Chamber to talk about the life of Dorothy Miles, who was a deaf sign language poet from north Wales. I was very pleased that the statement was interpreted live here into British Sign Language. There were members of the British Deaf Association up in the gallery and Senedd business up until the statement was not...

1. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for North Wales and Transport: Bus Services in Cardiff (22 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: What plans does the Cabinet Secretary have to support bus travel in Cardiff?

1. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for North Wales and Transport: Bus Services in Cardiff (22 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: Diolch. As Jenny Rathbone has already said, there's been a huge delay over the bus station. My constituents have had to wait for nine years, I think, now. I hear you say, and I'm very pleased to hear you say, that it will be open before the summer, but we have been told this many times before, so, I think if we can remember that.  But I wanted to bring up the issue of the accessibility of...

1. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for North Wales and Transport: Bus Services in Cardiff (22 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: 9. What plans does the Cabinet Secretary have to support bus travel in Cardiff? OQ61161

3. Questions to the Senedd Commission: People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (22 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: 3. How does the Senedd Commission ensure that people who are deaf or hard of hearing can actively participate in the work of the Senedd? OQ61149

4. Statement by the Minister for Social Care: The Health and Social Care (Wales) Bill (21 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: Diolch. Thank you very much to the Minister for bringing this statement to the Senedd today. I think eliminating profit from the care of our looked-after children is a bold and clear statement that, here in Wales, we put the experiences and rights of our children first. And it's absolutely great that we've got children in the gallery today, listening to this debate. Obviously, this is...

3. Business Statement and Announcement (21 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: I was pleased to hear that there'll be a debate on the infected blood scandal, on the report that was issued yesterday, and, obviously, this will require quite a lot of consideration by the Senedd, because this is one of seven books that were issued yesterday—massive tomes. And can I ask also that the debate will consider the issue of compensation, because a separate statement was made in...

6. Statement by the Minister for Social Care: Our vision for foster care in Wales (14 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: Thank you very much to the Minister for making this very important statement today during Foster Care Fortnight. I'd also like to start off by putting on record my thanks to all the foster carers, whose impact on children can be transformational. So, I'll just very briefly touch on a couple of matters. One of the big issues that care-experienced young people have said to me, during the lots...

5. 90-second Statements ( 8 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: 'This, this is the voice from silent hands. / This, this is the voice not heard but seen.' These are the words of Dorothy Miles in her poem 'The Gesture'. Dorothy Miles was a remarkable woman, who helped to advance and popularise British Sign Language with her poetry and theatrical flair. And two weeks ago, Dorothy was recognised with a purple plaque, which was unveiled at her childhood home...

2. Business Statement and Announcement ( 7 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: I'd like to ask for a statement on what the Welsh Government is able to do to promote voting in UK-wide elections, particularly amongst younger people here in Wales. As we all know, the police and crime commissioner elections, last week, were the first time in Wales where voters had to show a form of ID in order to vote. There was a list of things that older people could bring forward to show...

QNR: Questions to the First Minister ( 7 May 2024)

Julie Morgan: What are the Welsh Government's plans to tackle pavement parking?

1. Questions to the First Minister: Access to Transport for Visually Impaired People (30 Apr 2024)

Julie Morgan: Thank you for that answer.


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