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“A second wave does not have to be inevitable if lessons are learned” – Dr Dai Lloyd MS 08/07/2020
Welsh Youth Parliament Week: First Minister session among series of events to hear the voices of young people 07/07/2020
Laura Anne Jones confirmed as Member of the Senedd for South Wales East 02/07/2020
Income tax: Difficult decisions lie ahead for Wales 02/07/2020
Risk of growing gap in physical activity between communities in post-pandemic Wales 30/06/2020
Move to a Senedd ‘Hybrid’ Model 29/06/2020
Black Lives Matter: Senedd committee to survey Welsh statues and monuments 19/06/2020
Covid-19: Wales facing ‘looming spectre’ of dramatic spike in youth unemployment 19/06/2020
Cost of Covid-19 in Wales 18/06/2020
Senedd publishes 2019-2020 Annual Reports and Accounts 18/06/2020
Llywydd tribute to Mohammad Asghar MS 16/06/2020
Senedd Commission achieves Platinum Investors in People 10/06/2020
Wales “cannot risk losing a generation of artists” 05/06/2020
Publication of the Independent Remuneration Board’s Determination for the Sixth Senedd 04/06/2020
COVID 19: Help for business welcomed but gaps in support still remain 04/06/2020
Public Accounts Committee to revisit NHS Informatics after COVID-19 reporting errors 07/05/2020
Senedd Cymru and Welsh Parliament names become law 06/05/2020
Mental health support, overuse of screen time and too much schoolwork - Welsh Youth Parliament in special Coronavirus meeting with First Minister 30/04/2020
Assembly Committees reconvene to look at Covid19 response 24/04/2020
First vote cast at virtual Plenary as National Assembly for Wales meets online 08/04/2020
Plenary meetings continue, but Senedd buildings will stay closed until June 07/04/2020
Virtual Senedd going live, on Wednesday 8 April 03/04/2020
National Assembly for Wales holds UK’s first virtual parliamentary meeting 01/04/2020
Coronavirus: National Assembly to hold its first ‘virtual’ parliamentary session 31/03/2020
Coronavirus: An update to changes at The National Assembly for Wales 25/03/2020
Limiting the number of Members in the Siambr – A Letter from the Llywydd 24/03/2020
Coronovirus – The Assembly to meet to vote on the Coronavirus Bill on Tuesday 21/03/2020
Coronovirus – Assembly changes its rules to enable it to continue its work 18/03/2020
Assembly Business revised to prioritise COVID-19 17/03/2020
Assembly Commission Coronavirus Statement 16/03/2020
Roll out political education to all schools – National Assembly 13/03/2020
“Greater diversity leads to better decisions” – new committee looks at improving representation in the Senedd 11/03/2020
Making justice work for the people of Wales 10/03/2020
Parliamentary Visit to Canada - February 2020 28/02/2020
Welsh Government’s ‘Valleys Taskforce’ – has it made a difference? 27/02/2020
Sculptures by Angharad Pearce Jones at home in the Senedd 26/02/2020
Welsh Youth Parliament asks young people about mental health and wellbeing 24/02/2020
Heads of the Valleys road Wales Audit Office report – Statement from the Chair of the Public Accounts Committee 20/02/2020
Assembly Members to question First Minister on climate change, with the help of Port Talbot pupils 14/02/2020
“Other people see that you’ve been evicted, and assume that it’s for not paying your bills. I’ve always worked, and paid my way” 13/02/2020
National Assembly to meet in north Wales 06/02/2020
Homelessness, Schools, Climate Emergency, Transport for Wales and Health: Assembly policy committees have their say on £17 billion Welsh Government draft budget 31/01/2020
Assembly is Wales’ top LGBTQ+ employer once again 30/01/2020
National Assembly to scrutinise justice for the first time in its history 29/01/2020
‘Climate emergency’ not reflected in Welsh Government’s £17 billion draft budget 29/01/2020
“We’re at risk of losing our thriving live music industry for the next generation.” Bethan Sayed AM 23/01/2020
CCTV should be compulsory in Welsh slaughterhouses 23/01/2020
Bill to introduce new name and lower voting age becomes an Act 15/01/2020
Consultation on amending Public Audit (Wales) Act 20/12/2019
Pupils bring festive cheer to the Assembly’s Christmas trees 20/12/2019

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