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7. Statement by the Deputy Minister for Mental Health and Well-being: Launch of 111 press 2 for urgent mental health (20 Jun 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: ...individual who's in distress may not be in a place to actually be talking to your mental health practitioners and to talk them down from the crisis. Will you, as back-up, have people who can jump into a car, if needed, to go to somebody in distress?

5. Statement by the Deputy Minister for Social Services: National measures to strengthen social care (20 Jun 2023)

Julie Morgan: Thank you very much, Jenny, for your contribution and very important points you made. We are totally committed to putting as many resources in the community as we possibly can, so that we can prevent people going into hospital, or delay them going into hospital, and that has been a lot of the work that the Minister for health and myself have been taking forward. I'm sure you'll be aware about...

Scottish Parliament: World Asthma Day 2023 (15 Jun 2023)

Jackie Baillie: ...will invest in training and recruitment in those rehabilitation services, and to publish a progress report on the achievements and failings of the respiratory care action plan as it reaches halfway into its five-year term. I hope that the new public health minister, Jenni Minto, will work to ensure that the action plan does not simply languish on the shelf. Health boards need to be...

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Additional learning needs (14 Jun 2023)

James Evans: concerning developments in the Welsh Government's approach to delivering the new transition to a new framework, which puts some of the most vulnerable people at risk in Wales. I won't go into it all; Paul Davies mentioned a lot of the points I want to make. But I go round a lot of schools in my constituency, and from the personal experience that my family have seen, there are a number...

2. Questions to the Minister for Rural Affairs and North Wales, and Trefnydd: Food Sustainability (14 Jun 2023)

Lesley Griffiths: Thank you. Yes, the Senedd can expect it. I'm going to say 'autumn this year'. I'll say 'autumn this year', but, you know, it might extend into the winter. But, just to let you know, there's a significant amount of work already going on across Government. And you will have heard me say in response to the debate on your food Bill—I think it was in answer to Jenny Rathbone—that the First...

Scottish Parliament: Modern Apprenticeships (Support) ( 8 Jun 2023)

Jenny Gilruth: ...secretary—working alongside Mr Dey—to working with the sector to ensure that we support the roll-out of modern apprenticeships. Those qualifications are really important to support people into work; in that respect, it is hugely important that we take cognisance across Government of the skills review report, which was published yesterday. Many recommendations of the Withers review are...

Scottish Parliament: New Vessels for the Clyde and the Hebrides (Report) ( 8 Jun 2023)

Stuart McMillan: —and we need to remember the investment in the yard to update it. I do not know whether Mr Whittle has been to the yard, but anyone who has will have seen that a lot of investment has gone into it since 2014. I was not going to touch on project Neptune, but I have grave concerns about it and have written to the Scottish Government about that. A number of members attended some of the events...

8. Plaid Cymru Debate: Full devolution of water resources ( 7 Jun 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: ...debate, so I definitely haven't got any statistics to hand, but I think it's a really interesting and important debate, and I fully appreciate that the politics of water is absolutely hardwired into Welsh politics, largely due to Bessie Braddock and her arrogance over the way she dealt with the people of Tryweryn. And so, we absolutely need to get it right on water, and there's no doubt...

5. Debate on the Climate Change, Environment, and Infrastructure Committee Report — 'The Welsh Government’s EV charging infrastructure strategy and action plan' ( 7 Jun 2023)

Lee Waters: target those areas the market would serve slowest, and that situation has worked well, and I think we should follow that same approach with electric charging points, because, as Huw Irranca and Jenny Rathbone have echoed, this is primarily a role for the private sector, with the Welsh Government intervening where there's market failure or the market is slow to respond. I think that is...

3. Statement by the Minister for Health and Social Services: Building Capacity through Community Care — Further Faster ( 6 Jun 2023)

Baroness Mair Eluned Morgan: Thanks very much, Jenny. You watched a lot of telly last night—you watched Panorama and you watched Mikey and the nurses of Hywel Dda. So, I'm pleased to hear that you're getting a lot of intelligence from some good BBC. So, just in terms of community nursing, I know this is something you've been championing for a long time, and I'm really pleased that in this proposal, what we've got here,...

2. Business Statement and Announcement ( 6 Jun 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: linked with increased rates of cancer and other diseases, and the Food Standards Agency's reliance on the use of so-called experts whose advice on whether to ban aspartame has to be called into question where their research has been funded by multinational food interests who are desperate to keep aspartame on their list of go-to additives, clearly putting a question mark over the...

Care Supporters ( 6 Jun 2023)

Dan Carden: ..., but particularly on those who are vulnerable. For those who are approaching the end of life, the impact cannot be understated. My Bill seeks to recognise those fundamental points, and put them into law. Throughout the pandemic, guidance proved consistently inadequate. It applied with levels of uncertainty and variability that led to a postcode lottery as separate settings interpreted it...

Scottish Parliament: Dentistry (Engagement with Health Ministers) (31 May 2023)

Jenni Minto: Stephanie Callaghan makes an important point about the impact that Brexit has had on workforces in Scotland. The Scottish Parliament approved legislation that came into force on 8 March 2023, which provides the General Dental Council with flexibility regarding international registration. As Stephanie Callaghan mentioned, I am in the process of writing to Department of Health and Social Care...

Scottish Parliament: Surgical Mesh Products (Independent Review) (31 May 2023)

Jenni Minto: ...officials have previously offered to arrange a meeting between a small group of Katy Clark’s constituents and the Scottish Health Technologies Group to discuss the findings of its reports into hernia mesh. That offer remains open, should they wish to take it up.

Scottish Parliament: Education (National Discussion) (31 May 2023)

Jenny Gilruth: ...the vision of the national discussion a reality. I call on members to welcome the publication of the report, endorse the vision and work with the Scottish Government and COSLA to turn the vision into a reality. As the facilitators noted, there is “an optimism for the future of Scottish education and an enthusiasm to be part of taking the outcomes of the National Discussion going...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (31 May 2023)

...For 29, Against 90, Abstentions 0. Amendment disagreed to. The next question is, that amendment S6M-09213.1, in the name of Pam Duncan-Glancy, which seeks to amend motion S6M-09213, in the name of Jenny Gilruth, on let’s talk education—the national discussion, be agreed to. Amendment agreed to. The next question is, that motion S6M-09213, in the name of Jenny Gilruth, on let’s talk...

Scottish Parliament: Diet and Healthy Weight Consultations (30 May 2023)

Jenni Minto: ...we sought to ascertain the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on both consumers and businesses. We have used the time since then to gather and consider additional evidence on our proposals and to take into account the pandemic, action in other parts of the UK, Britain’s exit from the European Union and cost of living pressures. Last summer, building on consultation carried out before the...

6. Debate on the Equality and Social Justice Committee Report — 'Women’s experiences in the criminal justice system' (24 May 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: ...rehabilitation services, and, rightly, questioned why some of the budget that's been allocated for such services are returned to the Welsh Government. That's clearly something we need to look into—it's not something we did something about. But I’m fully aware that Altaf Hussain knows quite a lot about this subject, and he also questions why reoffending rates are much higher for women...

5. Debate on the General Principles of the Food (Wales) Bill (24 May 2023)

Peter Fox: Thank you, Dirprwy Lywydd, and can I thank every one of you for your contributions? It's been a good debate. There is a huge amount of work gone into this, and it wasn't brought lightly, as you know, and there will always be contention around transformational change, and this Bill was about transformation. Huw, I make no apologies for ambition. Governments should have ambition. They should...

Network Rail: Doubledykes Crossing (24 May 2023)

Peter Grant: what I am convinced has happened since 2001 and up to 2021. Let us remember that in in Scots law, there is no need for the right of way to be recorded or declared in order for it to be brought into existence and to be enforceable. There is no doubt that Queen Mary’s Road meets all those tests. My constituents asked Network Rail what it was doing and how it could justify closing off a...

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