Results 141–160 of 1300 for speaker:Samuel Kurtz

10. Short Debate: The importance of grass-roots rugby in communities (29 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: Thank you, James, for giving me a minute of your time. I've spoken before about the backroom staff, the coaches, the parents, the supporters who keep grass-roots clubs alive, but I want to spend my minute focusing on the sponsors, those local businesses who often adorn the shirts, allowing young people to play grass-roots sports, and if I could pay tribute to one gentleman, Ty Francis, a...

8. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Small businesses (29 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: Well, I've learnt from the Member for Blaenau Gwent that I'll keep going for as long as I want. But it wasn't Brexit—. We who voted for Brexit, it was the largest democratic decision made by the people of the United Kingdom. And talking about trade deals—absolutely, trade deals come with positives and negatives. New Zealand have not made their quota when it comes to importing New Zealand...

8. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Small businesses (29 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: Thank you, Dirprwy Lywydd. It's a pleasure to reply to this debate.

8. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Small businesses (29 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: It's a pleasure to close today's debate. Small businesses are, as have been mentioned throughout the debate today, the cornerstone, the bedrock, the foundation of our economy here in Wales. Small businesses are the heartbeat of the Welsh communities, and both Luke Fletcher and James Evans mentioned that small and medium-sized businesses account to approximately 63 per cent of enterprise...

6. Debate on the Culture, Communications, Welsh Language, Sport, and International Relations Committee Report, 'Wales-Ireland relations: Exploring an old relationship in a new age' (29 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: I’m grateful for the opportunity to contribute on this committee report today. As someone who has strong links in terms of previous employment, having worked on the ferries crossing the Irish sea back and forth between Pembrokeshire and Rosslare, I saw from a young age those cultural links, I saw from a young age those economic links that have put Ireland and Wales in this unique...

1. Questions to the Minister for Climate Change: National Infrastructure Commission for Wales Report (29 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: I‘m grateful to Luke Fletcher for submitting this question. Having looked a the report and the summary of the recommendations—the need for leadership and a strategic approach, a grid fit for the future of Wales, a built environment, community benefit and ownership—there’s a lot in this report that I would agree with. And noting, Minister, your first response to Luke in terms of your...

9. Short Debate: Safeguarding mistreated animals — Providing the RSPCA with statutory powers (22 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: Diolch yn fawr, Dirprwy Lywydd. And I’m grateful for the chance to bring this short debate forward this evening, and I’m very pleased to give Carolyn Thomas and Huw Irranca-Davies a minute of my time. As I’ve often said in this Chamber, I’m an advocate of devolution, and that doesn’t mean powers stopping here in Cardiff Bay; let’s see appropriate powers transferred to local...

4. Debate on petition P-06-1356, 'Introduce comprehensive safety measures at the A477 "Fingerpost" junction' (22 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: I'm grateful for the opportunity to contribute to today's debate on the petition calling for the introduction of comprehensive safety measures at the A477 Fingerpost junction in my Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire constituency—timely, given that we mark Road Safety Week this week. As the local Member, this is not the first time I have spoken about this dangerous junction in this...

2. Questions to the Minister for Health and Social Services: Long COVID (22 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: Thank you for that response, Minister.

2. Questions to the Minister for Health and Social Services: Long COVID (22 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: I believed that—. Well, it is believed that long COVID is caused by blood clotting becoming hyperactive and creating micro clots in the small blood vessels resulting in a lack of oxygen reaching organs in the body. One way of treating patients is by using a treatment known as heparin-induced extracorporeal lipoprotein apheresis, thankfully known by the far snappier acronym of HELP, which,...

1. Questions to the Minister for Economy: Skills Development (22 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: Thank you, Minister. You may have heard yesterday in my question to the First Minister that I was recently part of a round-table discussion at RWE's power station in Pembroke in my constituency, where industry and stakeholders fed in their wants when it comes to maximising the opportunity in the renewable sector and decarbonising the South Wales Industrial Cluster, which stretches from Gwent...

1. Questions to the Minister for Economy: Skills Development (22 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: 1. What action is the Welsh Government taking to support the development of skills in Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire? OQ60278

2. Questions to the Minister for Health and Social Services: Long COVID (22 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: 2. How is the Welsh Government supporting people living with long COVID? OQ60286

1. Questions to the First Minister: Renewable Energy (21 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: Diolch, Prif Weinidog. Jane Dodds and I recently joined a round-table discussion at RWE power station in my constituency with developers, stakeholders and key industry bodies to discuss the opportunities in the Celtic sea, at Pembroke port and within the south Wales industrial cluster area. A key takeaway from that discussion was the need for grid capacity for renewable projects in the Celtic...

1. Questions to the First Minister: Renewable Energy (21 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: 5. How is the Welsh Government supporting the transition to renewable energy? OQ60287

9. Statement by the Minister for Education and the Welsh Language: 'Cymraeg 2050': Annual Report 2022 to 2023 (14 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: Thank you to the Minister for the opportunity to review the 'Cymraeg 2050' programme annual report as well as for having previous site of his statement this afternoon. I'd like to echo the Minister’s thanks to everyone who worked to promote the Welsh language over the past 12 months. As is noted in the annual report, the past year has witnessed the revival of many events and shows after a...

8. Statement by the Minister for Rural Affairs and North Wales, and Trefnydd: Bovine TB Eradication (14 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: I'd like to thank the Minister for her statement this afternoon on the incredibly important topic of bovine TB, and I'd like to thank her too for advanced sight of the statement. As we know, the eradication of bovine TB in Wales is of the utmost importance, affecting not only our agricultural industry, but the well-being and livelihoods of our farmers, our Welsh food and farming industry and...

6. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Water quality ( 8 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: Will the Member give way?

6. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Water quality ( 8 Nov 2023)

Samuel Kurtz: I'm just wondering, the report you mentioned there with regards to America, is that specifically looking at agriculture as a whole or just American agriculture? Because it's important to note the difference that we have in standards compared to American agriculture and domestic agriculture here in Wales.


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