Results 1–20 of 1100 for speaker:Peter Fox

3. Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Constitution and Cabinet Office: Context for and approach to the next Spending Review period (11 Jun 2024)

Peter Fox: Labour haven't got, and what you've admitted today is that there isn't a plan. It's your Government's short-term thinking that has led to the reduction in business rates relief that will raise you some cash in the short term but will harm businesses throughout Wales and, no doubt, lose you future revenue in the longer term. It's your Government's short-term thinking that will hammer tourism...

1. Questions to the First Minister: NHS Waiting Lists (11 Jun 2024)

Peter Fox: Thank you, First Minister. I know you would agree with me that children waiting for treatment should be prioritised, certainly for certain conditions, but recent casework is showing that that isn't the case in my constituency. A young boy who has been experiencing knee pain was advised by a senior physiotherapist that he had significant damage to his anterior cruciate ligament and medial...

1. Questions to the First Minister: NHS Waiting Lists (11 Jun 2024)

Peter Fox: 7. What assessment has Welsh Government made of the number of children on NHS waiting lists in Monmouthshire? OQ61256

4. 90-second Statements ( 5 Jun 2024)

Peter Fox: You did. Diolch, Dirprwy Lywydd. Today, I want to pay tribute to the rugby league legend Rob Burrow CBE, an incredible man who sadly passed away earlier this week at the young age of 41. He was a selfless man who dedicated the final years of his life to raising awareness of motor neurone disease, a cruel and devastating condition that sadly took his life. Rob Burrow was diagnosed in 2019,...

QNR: Questions to the First Minister ( 4 Jun 2024)

Peter Fox: What assessment has Welsh Government made of the number of children on NHS waiting lists in Wales?

8. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Tourism (22 May 2024)

Peter Fox: Yes, please.

8. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Tourism (22 May 2024)

Peter Fox: Absolutely. There are so many businesses. Some may achieve the 182, but the vast majority find that extremely difficult. Of course, if they then can no longer benefit from business recognition, they're faced by three times council tax rates, which then puts them out of business. It's a self-fulfilling prophecy of driving tourism businesses out of business. So, clearly, the tourism sector...

8. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Tourism (22 May 2024)

Peter Fox: Well, the tourism sector is fundamentally important to the Welsh economy, and what it offers contributes hugely to the unique selling points of Wales, and, as such, it should be valued, it should be supported and it should be invested in, but sadly the industry doesn't feel this at the moment. Before the pandemic hit, the tourism sector was estimated to directly contribute up to £2.4...

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

Peter Fox: Llywydd, I'm conscious I need to finish, but I'll repeat that these benches believe in implementing 20 mph speed limits where it's sensible to do so—as I said, all of those things we already know. For the good of Wales, its economy, and in response to nearly 0.5 million Welsh citizens, the Welsh Government must finally listen to the calls. And let's get Wales moving again. Thank you.

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

Peter Fox: But the reality is, Lee, you know that 97 per cent of roads that were 30 mph were turned to 20 mph. You're not telling me that 97 per cent of roads in 30 mph are around all of those positions. You imposed—[Interruption.] Hang on. You imposed 20 mph in areas that were not linked to those areas and, since, we've seen those being undone in certain areas, like Monmouthshire, and they will be...

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

Peter Fox: Jenny, you spent an absolute fortune on this, and you're going to spend an absolute fortune on trying to reverse it. If the £30 million had been worked with local authorities to encourage them to do more, to roll that out further, more of those could have been put in place, and it wouldn't have cost this sort of money. So, the money's already been committed, and it could have been done a lot...

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

Peter Fox: The subject of this debate is certainly a topic that has impacted so many people, and from so many walks of life. This default 20 mph policy has infuriated and mobilised people like never before, and, as we've heard, almost 0.5 million people have signed this petition—the largest in Senedd history—and I thank them for coming forward and doing that. Now, I know that the Wales Government...

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: GP practices and funding (15 May 2024)

Peter Fox: Yes, I certainly will.

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: GP practices and funding (15 May 2024)

Peter Fox: Thank you for that intervention. Absolutely, I think we all experience that 8 a.m. blockage, and if you can't get an appointment, you've got to start again the following day.

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: GP practices and funding (15 May 2024)

Peter Fox: But they won't answer the phone. How do you complain? Or you're having to apply for an appointment over an app, which takes you over 10 minutes to fill out. So, it's quite simple, Dirprwy Lywydd, we have to recognise the fundamental importance of a sustainable primary care service, and currently there is no way we could suggest our primary care, in its current form, is sustainable. In my own...

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: GP practices and funding (15 May 2024)

Peter Fox: Diolch, Dirprwy Lywydd. Can I thank all Members for their contributions today? There is no doubt about it, from listening to you all, that there is clearly something very wrong with our Welsh health service as it relates to GP practices when we see such a significant reduction in the number of GPs across Wales. Can I thank Sam Rowlands for opening our debate? His contribution set out the...

6. Debate on the Health and Social Care Committee Report, 'Unheard: Women's journey through gynaecological cancer' (15 May 2024)

Peter Fox: Can I start by genuinely thanking the Health and Social Care Committee for undertaking this inquiry and producing this report? Your findings and recommendations, I hope, over time, will save lives. It’s not often that I read a report that brings me to tears, but this one did, and I thank all of those who gave evidence to that committee. It was such an important piece of work. It was...

1. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Constitution and Cabinet Office: Questions Without Notice from Party Spokespeople (15 May 2024)

Peter Fox: The question was driven from your statement within your statement where you were quite excited about the new technologies that were being used by the VOA to do this, so I think it's quite right that we challenge it, especially in light of the public discourse over recent weeks where some might argue that Wales is going down this Big Brother type of situation where George Orwell's Nineteen...


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