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7. Statement by the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution: Legal Aid and Access to Justice (18 Jan 2022)

Huw Irranca-Davies: ..., Justice and Constitution Committee welcomes the statement today. It's in a very important area of policy. It's a pleasure as well to follow on from the comments of my committee colleagues, Rhys ab Owen and Alun Davies, which are well informed and, in the case of Rhys, professionally informed too. It's an area that he knows we're taking a keen interest in.  We've already explored access...

4. Statement by the Minister for Health and Social Services: Update on COVID-19 (11 Jan 2022)

Mabon ap Gwynfor: aware of the evidence that my colleague Liz Saville Roberts, the Member of Parliament for Dwyfor Meirionnydd in Westminster, has put forward, and the evidence put forward by my colleague here, Rhys ab Owen, of their experiences in talking about their loved ones with dementia and living in care homes in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Everyone understands fully the need to control...

9. Voting Time (15 Dec 2021)

Elin Jones: ...brings us to voting time. The first vote this afternoon is on the Member debate under Standing Order 11.21 on the legislative consent process. I call for a vote on the motion tabled in the names of Rhys ab Owen, Alun Davies, Heledd Fychan and Jane Dodds. Open the vote. Close the vote. In favour 22, 19 abstentions and 15 against, and therefore the motion is agreed.

7. Debate on the Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee Report on the Inter-Institutional Relations Agreement between Senedd Cymru and the Welsh Government (15 Dec 2021)

Rhys ab Owen: I don't want to see a second Aberfan happening whilst politicians are politicising coal tips instead of getting on with it and clearing this scar from our landscapes. Yes, as Huw Irranca-Davies mentioned, inter-governmental relations can appear to be a dry subject. I don't expect Members to show much interest in formal inter-governmental agreements, common frameworks, concordats,...

6. Member Debate under Standing Order 11.21(iv): The legislative consent process (15 Dec 2021)

Alun Davies: ...would want and expect the highest levels of scrutiny of any sort of Government legislation. I welcome very much what the Counsel General has said this afternoon, but, you know, you mention Rhys speaking like a preacher in a chapel, but I must say to you, Counsel General, what I learnt from my chapel upbringing was that you've got to live your beliefs. It's not enough to bend the knee on a...

1. Questions to the Minister for Finance and Local Government: Public Sector Procurement (15 Dec 2021)

Rhys ab Owen: agreement between Plaid Cymru and the Welsh Government, that you will explore how to set meaningful targets to increase public sector procurement from the current 52 per cent. As Paul Davies has highlighted, there are huge economic benefits for local businesses to have this public sector procurement because of the huge contribution they make to their local area. Last month,...

7. Statement by the Minister for Climate Change: Building Safety (14 Dec 2021)

Rhys ab Owen: ...that's what they desperately need to know—when they'll be able to receive assistance from the fund. I also look forward to working with Janet Finch-Saunders, Peter Fox, and I know Andrew R.T. Davies has been very vocal about this in the past—those within the Conservative Party—to ensure proper support from the UK Government. This is far too important to be turned into political...

Statement by the Llywydd and Announcement of the newly elected Members of the Welsh Youth Parliament ( 1 Dec 2021)

Elin Jones: Here are the names of the young parliamentarians: Isaac Floyd-Eve, Poppy Jones, Owain Williams, Dylan Chetcuti, Finley Mills, Laura Green, Leaola Roberts-Biggs, Bartosz Firmaty, Rhys Rowlandson, Iago Llŷn Evans, Jake Dillon, Keira Bailey-Hughes, Samantha Ogbeide, Amir Alenezi, Lloyd Warburton, Tilly Jones, Finn Sinclair, Zach Davis, Iestyn Jones, Freddie Webber, Kelsey Hannah Brookes, Tegan...

5. Member Debate under Standing Order 11.21(iv): Cancer diagnosis and treatment ( 1 Dec 2021)

...NDM7842 Mabon ap Gwynfor Supported by Altaf Hussain, Cefin Campbell, Heledd Fychan, James Evans, Jane Dodds, Janet Finch-Saunders, Joel James, Laura Anne Jones, Luke Fletcher, Mark Isherwood, Paul Davies, Peter Fox, Rhun ap Iorwerth, Rhys ab Owen, Sam Rowlands, Siân Gwenllian, Sioned Williams To propose that the Senedd: 1. Welcomes the Welsh Government’s single cancer pathway approach....

6. Plaid Cymru Debate: The energy sector and the climate and nature emergencies (13 Oct 2021)

Llyr Gruffydd: ...roads, particularly around Newport. So, don't come here and talk the talk when the UK Government isn't walking the walk. I think it's regrettable that you struck that tone. And similarly Gareth Davies blaming Blair and Brown for where we are today. In fairness, it's not as if we've had a Tory Government for 10 years since then, but I'm sure you'll get around to it at some point. Let's...

5. Member Debate under Standing Order 11.21(iv): Dementia (29 Sep 2021)

Rhys ab Owen: Paul Davies mentioned people with dementia not feeling like part of their community, and that's true even in an area like Preseli Pembrokeshire, where there are so many close-knit communities. I'm sure things are even worse in certain other areas. Paul mentioned the need for people to receive training on dementia. I've experienced on too many occasions responses that have been negative to...

5. Legislative Consent Motion on the Environment Bill (28 Sep 2021)

Rhys ab Owen: I turn to Labour backbenchers and urge you to vote against this. Alun Davies warned us again last week that devolution is dead—the process is over, we need to fight for it. The First Minister also said yesterday that it 'cannot be the limit of the ambition of this great party to wring marginal and reluctant concessions from the rich, the powerful and the privileged'. Well, can I add to what...

2. Questions to the Minister for Health and Social Services: Social Care ( 7 Jul 2021)

Rhys ab Owen: Minister, I'd like to ask a pressing issue with regard to the social care system, which can be resolved now, and this is a personal issue to me. In response to my colleague Gareth Davies last week, you said there hadn't been a blanket ban on care home visits. Technically, that might have been true, but the reality was very different and I can say that from a personal point of view, because my...

6. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Departure from the European Union (23 Jun 2021)

James Evans: ...colleagues have said, the people rose up against the establishment and voted to leave the European Union. And, as has been said, it was the biggest democratic vote in our country's history. And Mr Rhys ab Owen talks about respect—it's a shame Plaid Cymru cannot respect the will of the British and Welsh people. As we've seen, project fear knew no bounds, because the doomsday forecasters...

6. Plaid Cymru Debate: The Senedd's powers ( 9 Jun 2021)

Rhys ab Owen: ...quickly that we will have on the Conservative benches once again people who are willing to consider great constitutional issues, such as David Melding, Nick Bourne and Lisa Francis. Huw Irranca-Davies—I'm very pleased to hear you mention radical reform.

Non-Domestic Rating (Public Lavatories) Bill - Third Reading: Motion (20 Apr 2021)

Lord Greenhalgh: .... I am especially grateful to the British Toilet Association for its support of the Bill and for taking the time to meet me and noble Lords last month. Finally, I thank my department’s Bill team: Rhys Tomlinson, Nick Pellegrini, Luke Turner, Alan Millward, Nick Cooper, Lee Davies and Tom Adams, as well as Sam Loxton from my own private office, for their support throughout the passage of...

Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) (No. 2) Bill - Third Reading: Motion ( 9 Mar 2021)

Lord Greenhalgh: ..., Rating and Valuation. Their expertise and support have been, and will continue to be, a central part of the revaluation process. Finally, I thank my department’s Bill team—Nick Cooper, Rhys Tomlinson, Nick Pellegrini, Tom Adams and Lee Davies, as well as Sam Loxton in my own private office—for their support throughout this process. I beg to move.

3. Topical Questions: Rhys Davies Logistics (16 Dec 2020)

Mick Antoniw: Minister, just over one year ago, a long-established family firm, Rhys Davies Logistics, based in Taff's Well in my constituency, was acquired by Cathay Investments, an English-based company with interests in logistics, chemicals, many other areas. The new owners described it at the time as the deal of the month, saying that it 'will enable RDL to flourish into the future...and we are...

Statement by the Presiding Officer ( 5 Dec 2018)

Elin Jones: ...Dawes, Jonathan Powell, Ifan Wyn Erfyl Jones, Grace Barton, Hasna Ali, Katie June Whitlow. Mid and West Wales: Arianwen Fox-James, Marged Lois Campbell, Cai Thomas Phillips, Caleb Rees, Megan Carys Davies, Rhys Lewis, Ellie Murphy. South Wales East: Calen Jones, Aled Joseph, Gwion Rhisiart, Betsan Roberts, Rhian Shillabeer, Manon Clarke, Ffion Griffiths, Tommy Church, Lloyd Mann, Charley...

Written Answers — Wales Office: Economic Growth: South Wales and South West (30 Jan 2018)

Alun Cairns: ... Patricia Connor Jamie Cook Nigel Costley Ben Cottam Natasha Cottell Barney Cotton James Crawford Nick Crewe Patrick Cutliffe Carol Davey Huw David Cllr Gethyn Davies Chris Davies Jon Davies Malcolm Davies Tim Davies Jon Dawkins Neil Denison Steve Dimmick Michael Dow Paul Dowson Richard Duffy James Durie Jamie Eddy ...

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