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Scottish Parliament: St Andrew’s Children’s Society (28 Mar 2023)

Christine Grahame: ..., but after years of unsuccessful tests, we decided in 1967 that adoption would be the route to our family. On Tuesday, 25th June 1968, Jim’s birthday, we received a letter telling us about Jenny, who was three months old. We went to see her at her foster family on Wednesday, and then began a hectic whirl of activity. I handed in my notice, and my employers, who knew of our adoption...

7. Plaid Cymru Debate: Bus emergency scheme (22 Mar 2023)

Huw Irranca-Davies: Can I just begin by thanking Plaid Cymru for bringing this debate, as Jenny indeed did, and also to agree with many of the comments that have been made, both by Delyth in her introductory remarks, and also by Heledd? They stressed very much that this is a matter of social and environmental justice, or if you want to put that into layperson's terms, it's the individual at the top of the Garw...

6. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Minister for Health and Social Services (22 Mar 2023)

Russell George: The Welsh Government health Minister is, of course, responsible for holding health boards to account, and must make her views known, as she has done—[Interruption.] and she does, I agree, Jenny; she does make her views known—when she doesn't have confidence in them. And, in the same way, for those of us in this Chamber who are not in Government, it is our job to hold the Government to...

5. Member Debate under Standing Order 11.21(iv): Prepayment meters and energy advice services (22 Mar 2023)

Jenny Rathbone:—. Just as we need to regulate local authorities who use unregulated bailiffs to collect council tax debts, we clearly need to regulate energy suppliers who use unlicensed bailiffs to break into people's homes. The Enforcement Conduct Board has got to be given some regulatory teeth to enforce that and, frankly, the energy companies need to have some controls put around them in the way...

3. Statement by the Minister for Climate Change: The Environment (Air Quality and Soundscapes) (Wales) Bill (21 Mar 2023)

Jane Dodds: ...from me, if I may, Minister. One is that you talked about deploying the tech, in response to Delyth's points. I just wondered if you could just say a little bit more about how that then translates into practice in terms of these new powers, because as Jenny Rathbone has said, we want to see the detail, really, of how it's actually going to be enacted. So, that's my first point. The second...

Scottish Parliament: Community Housing Trusts (Funding) (16 Mar 2023)

Jenni Minto: ...the pledge of 110,000 affordable homes by 2032, of which 10 per cent will be in our rural and island communities. Can the cabinet secretary confirm that that rural focus has been successfully built into the Scottish Government’s housing strategy?

6. Statement by the Minister for Health and Social Services: Dental Reform (14 Mar 2023)

Baroness Mair Eluned Morgan: Thanks, Jenny. Well, I'm really excited about this new approach. I think this is something that I hope will work in Blaenau Ffestiniog. If we find that it does work, then obviously what we'll try and do is to target those areas of deprivation as a priority, to make sure that those people, perhaps, who haven't been in a situation where they've been able to access dentistry for a long time, and...

2. Business Statement and Announcement (14 Mar 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: I'd just like to associate myself with the concerns expressed by Heledd Fychan. Because I read today that sewage is being discharged into the river Taf, and who wants to have a toilet being developed just outside our building? So, this is a really serious concern, which we need to pursue elsewhere. Trefnydd, I wonder if we can have an update on the discussions that supermarket bosses were due...

Scottish Parliament: Free Bus Travel (Children and Young People) (14 Mar 2023)

Jenny Gilruth: ...of the scheme, to improve the application process to make it easier for young people to apply. That was fundamentally important. The member made reference to the marketing campaign that came into effect later in the year. Actually, the campaign was really effective. It managed to reach more than 97 per cent of the adult population in Scotland—who saw or heard the campaign at least three...

Scottish Parliament: Transport (Community Engagement) ( 9 Mar 2023)

Jenny Gilruth: ...also co-produced our route map for a reduction in car kilometres. The second strategic transport projects review received 14,000 ideas from stakeholders across the country and those were refined into the final 45 recommendations. In December, the draft long-term plan for vessels and ports was published and shared with stakeholders. That plan will go to public consultation in the coming months.

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: The roads review ( 8 Mar 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: active travel or by sustainable public transport. And the alternative is that they will do exactly what is happening on the Redrow site, which is close nearby, which is that people are getting into their cars and clogging up the roads with air pollution and making life hell for people who don't have a car, have no options, live where they live because they don't have choices, and...

5. Member Debate under Standing Order 11.21(iv) — Biometric data in schools ( 8 Mar 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: ...which is indeed, as others have said, a very important thing that we need to consider, because, otherwise—. Technology is a wonderful thing in many respects; it can save lives. If somebody's gone into a coma with type 1 diabetes, they're not in a position to tell you what treatment they're going to need, but we absolutely have to apply the precautionary approach. But I think, at the same...

Scottish Parliament: Covid Recovery Strategy (Third Sector Organisations) ( 8 Mar 2023)

Jenni Minto: ...know their neighbours and who might be vulnerable or at risk. The community planning structures provided a framework for mobilising that support, but much learning can be gained from putting power into local communities. How can the role and power of communities be strengthened for future community resilience?

4. Debate: The Final Budget 2023-24 ( 7 Mar 2023)

Jenny Rathbone:'s going to enrich their local economy, their local shops, their local businesses, and make their lives just a lot easier. Free school meals. Yes, it's great that we're putting £70 million into free school meals in the next year, I absolutely agree with Llyr Gruffydd, but we should not underestimate the challenge that that is going to be for schools, for local authorities, for suppliers...

1. Questions to the First Minister: Prudent Healthcare ( 7 Mar 2023)

Mark Drakeford: Llywydd, I thank Jenny Rathbone for that. I certainly share her enthusiasm for the work of Cardiff and Vale health board, at their Llandough site, in using the ground that they have available there for well-being initiatives. The fruit that is being grown in part of the western edge of that site offers patients as well as people who work for the health board an opportunity to be outside, in...

Scottish Parliament: Loganair (Flight Suspensions) ( 7 Mar 2023)

Jenny Gilruth: ...that that dialogue is on-going. I reiterate that the decision on the cancellation of flights has not been taken by Government ministers; nor have I, as a Government minister, had any input into it. However, I met HIAL on Saturday morning, at the earliest opportunity, to explain the urgency to it directly. HIAL met the unions yesterday to discuss the new draft proposal. That proposal is...

Scottish Parliament: Women’s and Girls’ Safety (Public Transport) ( 7 Mar 2023)

Jenny Gilruth: ...that could be adopted from Police Scotland’s excellent “Don’t be that guy” campaign, which looks to tackle sexual violence. The research highlights 10 recommendations. I will not go into detail on all of them, but I draw members’ attention to three. First, for women and girls working unsociable hours, there needs to be a better range of safe travel home options for transport...

Scottish Parliament: Aberdeen to Central Belt Enhancement Project ( 2 Mar 2023)

Jenny Gilruth: Ms Martin has distinctly outlined the record investment coming from the Scottish Government to rail services in the north-east of Scotland and to her constituency. Additionally, since ScotRail came into public ownership, we have made significant investment of over £11 billion in rail infrastructure, including in the refurbishment of Glasgow Queen Street station and Edinburgh Haymarket...

Scottish Parliament: Caledonian Sleeper Train ( 2 Mar 2023)

Jenny Gilruth: ...conditions develop, in respect of both the rail sector and the wider economic conditions that prevail. The pace and impact of UK rail reform, when that becomes clearer, will also have to be taken into account. I pay tribute to every rail worker across Scotland for the role that they play in making Scotland’s railways a success. We cannot make our railways a success without them, and we...

5. 90-second Statements ( 1 Mar 2023)

Elin Jones: And I'm sure that you'll carry on your campaigning for Welsh leeks into the future. Thank you, Jenny Rathbone, for that cause. Sarah Murphy. 

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