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Scottish Parliament: Forestry (Contribution to Net Zero) ( 9 Nov 2022)

Jenni Minto: an orchard and 5,000 trees. The Baleveolan croft and other crofts and farms across Argyll and Bute show that trees that complement farming and crofting systems can be successfully incorporated into the farmed landscape. I recently spent an energetic Saturday working with friends on Islay, removing the plastic cones that were protecting the trees that we had planted—there were almost...

4. Statement by the Minister for Climate Change: Energy Policy ( 8 Nov 2022)

Julie James: Thank you, Jenny. So, on that last one, we fund and work alongside a number of universities across Wales, and specifically down in Swansea—very specifically—to develop as low a carbon as possible infrastructure for things like concrete and steel. You can't have renewables without steel, so making sure that the steel is produced as efficiently and in as low a carbon methodology as possible...

3. Statement by the Minister for Climate Change: Improving the Energy Efficiency of Welsh Homes ( 8 Nov 2022)

Janet Finch-Saunders: ...higher bills, many Welsh households will also be impacted by our particularly acute energy-efficiency problems and the impact will fall more heavily on the vulnerable. I, along with Members like Jenny Rathbone, am enjoying the inquiry that we're currently undertaking into retrofitting the housing stock in Wales. I don't say this too lightly, but I am aware of the challenge ahead of us here...

Scottish Parliament: Rail Workers (Pay) ( 3 Nov 2022)

Jenny Gilruth: ...decision not to put that to its membership in Scotland. That is in its gift. Last week, on top of the 5 per cent that had already been offered, ScotRail proposed consolidating a technology payment into basic pay. That was worth up to £500 per member for all general grades of staff and would have been 7.4 per cent for a gateline member of staff, or 6.5 per cent for a conductor.

Scottish Parliament: Peatland Restoration ( 3 Nov 2022)

Jenni Minto: Peatland restoration is fundamentally about restoring the habitat to its best possible condition. That can be tied into land rights and responsibilities where the Scottish Government wants to restore a community’s relationship with the land, while also ensuring that the community has certainty about its social and economic future. What plans does the Scottish Government have to ensure that...

Scottish Parliament: Road Improvements ( 2 Nov 2022)

Jenny Gilruth: ...has been injured on our roads. We know the very human cost of loss and the toll that it takes on our emergency services. I am sure that members will understand that, because police investigations into recent accidents are on-going, it would not be appropriate for me or any of us to comment significantly on any individual case today. However, I assure members that I have met Police Scotland...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time ( 2 Nov 2022)

...of Local Care Boards; notes that, in establishing the NCS, including any transfer of financial resources from local authorities to reformed integration boards, the Scottish Government should take into consideration the impact on local authorities’ ability to resource and deliver other services; understands that the UK Government’s mismanagement of the economy has heaped more pressure...

Contact in Care Settings (27 Oct 2022)

Maria Eagle: ..., Walton (Dan Carden) and the hon. Member for Chatham and Aylesford (Tracey Crouch) on obtaining the debate, and I thank the Backbench Business Committee for granting it. Many Members here know Jenny Morrison and Diane Mayhew, constituents of mine who were co-founders of Rights for Residents. Because of the shortage of time, I will not explain in detail what happened to Jenny’s mother,...

9. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Stroke (26 Oct 2022)

Gareth Davies: ...stats at Withybush and Glangwili hospitals, and then James Evans mentioned his constituency and some of the problems in Brecon and Radnorshire of his local residents having to go over the border into England, where maybe there could be some more local provision so that people in Powys can get the treatment that they deserve. I didn’t agree with Jenny Rathbone’s statement on not being...

8. Debate on the Children, Young People and Education Committee’s Report — 'Everybody’s affected: Peer on peer sexual harassment among learners' (26 Oct 2022)

Jeremy Miles: Digital technologies have changed the way we all communicate, and this is especially true of young people, as we've just heard in Jenny Rathbone's contribution. Online sexual harassment encompasses a wide range of behaviours, and I recognise the challenge this presents to schools. I visited a school myself recently that has been working with boys, in that case, on understanding the impact of...

7. Debate on a Member's Legislative Proposal — Take-up of Benefits Bill (26 Oct 2022)

Jenny Rathbone: ...really horrendously. And, at the moment, charities, for example, are really raising the red flag over the numbers of people who are being dumped onto prepayment meters simply because they've run into debt on their existing arrangements. This is very, very worrying, and something that we probably need to do something about, because disconnection by the back door is simply unacceptable. We...

4. Statement by the Minister for Economy: Development Bank of Wales — Investing with ambition (25 Oct 2022)

Jenny Rathbone: —food is not coming into the wholesale market? And what investments are you aware of that the Development Bank of Wales may be investing in increasing the amount of food we are growing in Wales?

3. Legislative Consent Motion on the Energy Prices Bill (19 Oct 2022)

Jenny Rathbone: ...the transition away from gas. In fact, I see an attack on renewable energy generators, ensuring that they have to contribute more and don't benefit so much from the contracts that they have entered into. But, as the Minister has said in her explanatory memorandum, we do indeed need energy market reform, including on the way we fund renewables. So, I recognise that you have acknowledged...

1. Questions to the Minister for Climate Change: Switching to Sustainable Transport (19 Oct 2022)

Jenny Rathbone: buy a bike for their child, and who are struggling to pay £3 a day on school transport. One of the secondary schools serving my constituency is offering to incorporate safe cycling routes into their transition arrangements for 11-year-olds, but unfortunately, the local authority, at the moment, isn't able to provide us with a map of the safe cycling routes, for the areas from which...

9. Short Debate: Education maintenance allowance: A lifeline in the current crisis (12 Oct 2022)

Jenny Rathbone: that long ago. It is a vital—. Even the reduced amount that it currently buys, is still a really, really vital way of enabling young people to stay in education who otherwise might be pushed into going into a job that leads nowhere. It's absolutely vital that we encourage people to stay on in education post 16, so that we have the workforce we need to do all the new tasks that society...

6. Debate on the Health and Social Care Committee Report: Hospital discharge and its impact on patient flow through hospitals (12 Oct 2022)

Huw Irranca-Davies: ...miracles, and I know that. Both my parents passed away in the last few years, and the treatment they had and the care they had over the years, in acute settings and actually when they finally went into hospital and didn't come back out, was simply incredible, and I challenge anywhere in the world to give them the care that they had and the compassion and the treatment that they had.  What...

Debate on the General Principles of the Environmental Protection (Single-use Plastic Products) (Wales) Bill and Motion to agree the financial resolution in respect of the Environmental Protection (Single-use Plastic Products) (Wales) Bill (11 Oct 2022)

Jenny Rathbone: hospitals being offered plastic straws because, obviously, incinerated waste all goes in one way. There's obviously a much more complex problem, therefore, in the community when somebody goes into a cafe and says, 'My children want plastic straws.' We're going to need some pretty clear regulation around ensuring that the cafe owner or the waiter will be able to be clear as to when it's...

1. Questions to the Minister for Social Justice: Energy Bills ( 5 Oct 2022)

Jane Hutt: ...make sure that the benefits that we've got reach the people who are entitled to them? We know that many already—I've said, I think, that some of the £200 fuel support grant is going straight into accounts, because people are digitally engaged and they've got accounts for their council tax reduction scheme. So, we are looking at ways in which, with our partners in local government, our...

6. Statement by the Minister for Climate Change: Biodiversity ( 4 Oct 2022)

Julie James: Thanks, Jenny. I don't know the answer to the swift boxes, but I will ask now that you've asked a question. We did that, I can't quite remember, at least one season ago, so we should have some information about the effect. I will certainly ask.  On the end-of-life fishing gear—you went to visit it as well, didn't you, in Swansea, Mike—we've done some trials, and I was really interested...

2. Business Statement and Announcement ( 4 Oct 2022)

Jenny Rathbone: ...would be possible to have such a statement from somebody in the Government, because there are three different departments involved. But it seems to me that we cannot allow young people to be pulled into vaping as an addiction as a way of getting them into smoking. We need to be going in the opposite direction.

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