Commonly known as the Senedd, it makes laws for Wales, agrees Welsh taxes and holds the Welsh Government to account.
About the Senedd
The Welsh Parliament is the democratically elected body that represents the interests of Wales and its people.
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Agriculture, Forestry and Foodchevron_right
Includes rural affairs, food production, and woodland management
Matters relating to the UK's exit from the European Union and the potential impacts for Wales
The latest coronavirus information including news, committee inquiries, research and analysis
Equality and Human Rightschevron_right
The latest from across the Senedd on equality and human rights.
Includes local government reform, elections and the Local Government settlement for Wales
Marine and Fisherieschevron_right
Includes marine protected areas and any vessel-owning or vessel-operating fishing businesses in Wales
Media and Communicationschevron_right
The latest from across the Senedd on media and communications
Includes children's social care, services for older people and support for carers