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3. Statement by the Minister for Finance and Local Government: Update on 2023-24 Financial Position (17 Oct 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: —but also have the back-office services all combined into one service.

8. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Mental health (11 Oct 2023)

Ken Skates: ...this important debate, and I thank the Welsh Conservatives for tabling this debate today. I've just got three points that I'd like to raise with the Deputy Minister. First of all, in regard to what Jenny Rathbone has already spoken about—and many others, for that matter—the need for greater support so that young people don't have to fall into the care of CAMHS, the Education Committee...

3. Questions to the Senedd Commission: Decarbonising the Senedd Estate (11 Oct 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: ...every penny we spend on energy is money we can't spend on something else. I would beg to disagree with you that we only use air conditioning to the minimum, because I have constantly been going into rooms where the air conditioning is blasting away, nobody in the room, and that's just frustrating. We rarely need air conditioning in this country, frankly, unless, of course, it's in a closed...

4. Debate: 'NHS in 10+ years: An examination of the projected impact of Long-Term Conditions and Risk Factors in Wales (10 Oct 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: ..., because that's not mentioned in this report. We are going to need to procure food not just on price and ignoring quality, because, if people were better nourished, fewer of them would be going into hospital and they'd be spending less time in hospital because, obviously, malnutrition is going to impact on their ability to recover. I note the work being done by Cwm Taf Morgannwg and Hywel...

Scottish Parliament: Anti-Racist Curriculum Principles ( 5 Oct 2023)

Jenny Gilruth: ...a national group working with Education Scotland, the Scottish Qualifications Authority, the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities and local authorities to promote and embed those principles into policies and practice at all levels of education. To achieve that, we are investing in the development of new curriculum resources for teachers, in a school-level pilot activity working with...

Scottish Parliament: Community Pharmacies ( 4 Oct 2023)

Jenni Minto: ...highlighted, working with NES, we are encouraging participants from parts of Scotland where there are gaps in the pharmacy workforce. It is important to work with local schools to encourage people into pharmacy. I visited a pharmacy in Ellon in the summer, and we talked about the issue there. The chief pharmaceutical officer has established a national pharmacy workforce forum to provide...

Scottish Parliament: Stoma Care Nurses ( 4 Oct 2023)

Jenni Minto: ...integrated health and social care partnerships. Operational decisions, including whether there is a need for stoma specialist nurses, are therefore matters for those bodies to make and should take into account the numbers of patients in their local areas.

4. Statement by the Deputy Minister for Climate Change: Update on the Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle (Wales) Bill ( 3 Oct 2023)

Lee Waters: ...from, that are in their area, that, I think, allows for a level playing field. At the moment, they can't do that, they can only enforce against Cardiff cabs, which then creates the situation that Jenny Rathbone highlights of Newport cabbies allegedly flooding the Cardiff market on the basis of a cheaper point of entry. So, by equalising the point of entry and equalising the enforcement, I...

Scottish Parliament: Alcohol and Drug Deaths (“See Beyond — See the Lives — Scotland” Campaign) (28 Sep 2023)

Jenni Minto: .... Those include the right to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health and the rights to adequate housing and an adequate standard of living. The incorporation of those rights into Scots law through the bill will play an important role in tackling the stigma of substance dependency across Scotland by ensuring that everyone’s human rights are respected, protected and...

8. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Community assets (27 Sep 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: ...the profits that they're going to reap from building a 30-storey block of flats is totally depressing and really an indication from constituents of mine who say, really, Cardiff's just descending into being one large shopping mall with a lot of—

3. Topical Questions: The Fflecsi Bwcabus Service (27 Sep 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: ...somebody who used to chair the European programme monitoring committee, I'm fully aware of the importance of this issue. Following the UK Government's raid on the regeneration fund and putting it into this shared prosperity fund, which forces local authorities to compete against each other rather than being able to have a holistic approach, and given that the fragility of bus services is...

2. Questions to the Minister for Education and the Welsh Language: School Transprt (27 Sep 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: authorities in urban areas like Cardiff to get more pupils to walk, scoot, or cycle to school? Because that would be good for their health and it would be good for reinvesting the savings into teaching and learning.

Scottish Parliament: Patient Safety Commissioner for Scotland Bill: Stage 3 (27 Sep 2023)

Jenni Minto: ...providing or assisting with redress for patients and bereaved families, and giving their opinions on the actions that others should take in light of past incidents, risks putting the commissioner into an adversarial role and may encourage healthcare providers to believe that they have to be defensive, as opposed to open, in their dealings with the commissioner. Focusing the commissioner on...

Scottish Parliament: Patient Safety Commissioner for Scotland Bill: Stage 3 (27 Sep 2023)

Jenni Minto: system to ensure that the patient voice is at its heart. The commission will act solely for safe healthcare, guided by the views of patients themselves to look impartially and thoroughly into patient safety concerns. Once again, I thank members for their constructive engagement, which has enabled us to get to this stage. I move, That the Parliament agrees that the Patient Safety...

4. Statement by the Minister for Health and Social Services: Health and Social Care System Resilience (26 Sep 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: I too spoke to a couple of community pharmacists who are doing excellent work, working in GP practices, but also going into people's homes to ensure that polypharmacy wasn't resulting from the stock of old medicines in the larder that then get mixed up with the new medicines. That's one of the reasons why people go into hospital, unfortunately, if you're elderly. I just want to pay tribute...

3. Statement by the Minister for Climate Change: Net-zero Commitments (26 Sep 2023)

Julie James: Thank you very much, Jenny. There are a couple of things there. On the transition to electric vehicles, we very much hope that Welsh companies will hold to their investment plans. It does require two things. It requires the grid to be upgraded. It's great that, in Cardiff, you can do that, but there are many parts of Wales where that would not be possible because the distribution network...

Scottish Parliament: Digital Education (21 Sep 2023)

Jenny Gilruth: ...devices, and it is why we are introducing a digital strategy that will not only help those young people’s learning and skills but help to improve their learning and understanding as they move into the world of work and further education.

Resettlement of Afghans (19 Sep 2023)

Alison Thewliss: be processed, because my constituents have heard nothing about their expressions of interest? Moving to the situation of Afghans in hotels, I understand from the local MSP and Cabinet Secretary Jenny Gilruth that 54 Afghans were given notice to quit from a hotel in Glenrothes. She is aware of no impact assessment and no discussion with local authorities prior to that decision being...

7. Debate on the Equality and Social Justice Committee Report — 'Unsustainable: debt fuelled by the rising cost of living' (13 Sep 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: ...frustrated at the slow pace of change in terms of energy efficiency measures to retrofit and insulate people's homes. This means drawing up detailed plans to get people out of warm hubs and back into warm homes, and to do so at scale. We appreciate that the £900 million cut in the Welsh Government's budget this year limits Welsh Government action, but doing nothing has a cost too, in...

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