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7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Chepstow bypass (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: The proposal is to agree the motion without amendment. Does any Member object? [Objection.] Yes. I will therefore defer voting under this item until voting time.

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Chepstow bypass (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: Can I remind all Members we are not electoral broadcasts here; we are here to debate the issue of the Chepstow bypass, and it's important we discuss those issues?

8. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Nuclear (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: Item 8 is the second Welsh Conservatives debate, on nuclear. I call on Janet Finch-Saunders to move the motion.

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Chepstow bypass (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: I call on Tom Giffard to reply to the debate. 

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Chepstow bypass (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: I call on the Cabinet Secretary for North Wales and Transport, Ken Skates. 

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Chepstow bypass (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: I have selected the two amendments to the motion. If amendment 1 is agreed, amendment 2 will be deselected. I call on the Cabinet Secretary for North Wales and Transport to move formally amendment 1, tabled in the name of Jane Hutt.

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Chepstow bypass (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: And I call on Peredur Owen Griffiths to move amendment 2, tabled in the name of Heledd Fychan.

5. Motion under Standing Order 26.91 seeking the Senedd's agreement to introduce a Member Bill — British Sign Language (BSL) (Wales) Bill (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: The proposal is to agree the motion. Does any Member object? [Objection.] Yes. I will defer voting under this item until voting time.

6. Member Debate under Standing Order 11.21(iv): Women's healthcare (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: Item 6 has been postponed.

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Chepstow bypass (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: So, we will move on to item 7, the first Welsh Conservatives debate today, on the Chepstow bypass. I call on Natasha Asghar to move the motion.

5. Motion under Standing Order 26.91 seeking the Senedd's agreement to introduce a Member Bill — British Sign Language (BSL) (Wales) Bill (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: Mark, you're going to have to conclude now, we've gone through extra time for you.

5. Motion under Standing Order 26.91 seeking the Senedd's agreement to introduce a Member Bill — British Sign Language (BSL) (Wales) Bill (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: I call on the Cabinet Secretary for Culture and Social Justice, Lesley Griffiths.

4. 90-second Statements (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: Thank you, James.

5. Motion under Standing Order 26.91 seeking the Senedd's agreement to introduce a Member Bill — British Sign Language (BSL) (Wales) Bill (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: Item 5 is the motion under Standing Order 26.91 seeking the Senedd's agreement to introduce a Member Bill, the British Sign Language (BSL) (Wales) Bill. I call on Mark Isherwood to move the motion.

3. Topical Questions (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: No topical questions were accepted today.

4. 90-second Statements (19 Jun 2024)

David Rees: So, we'll move on to item 4, that's the 90-second statements, and I call on James Evans.

6. The Government of Wales Act 2006 (Devolved Welsh Authorities) (Amendment) Order 2024 (18 Jun 2024)

David Rees: I call on the Cabinet Secretary to reply.

6. The Government of Wales Act 2006 (Devolved Welsh Authorities) (Amendment) Order 2024 (18 Jun 2024)

David Rees: The proposal is to agree the motion. Does any Member object? No. The motion is therefore agreed in accordance with Standing Order 12.36.


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