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Plenary agendas are published a week in advance of a meeting, and can be found on the Plenary meetings page       

Tuesday 13th January 2015 and Wednesday 14th January 2015

Tuesday 20th January 2015 and Wednesday 21st January 2015

Tuesday 27th January 2015 and Wednesday 28st January 2015

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Tuesday 13 January 2015

Government Business 

  • First Minister's Oral Assembly Questions (45 mins)
  • Business Statement and Announcement (30 mins)
  • Motion under Standing Order 26.36 to vary the order of consideration of Stage 3 amendments to the Higher Education (Wales) Bill (5 mins)
  • LCM on the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill – amendment in relation to Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (Supplementary Legislative  Consent Memorandum – Memorandum No. 2)  (15 mins)
  • LCM on the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill – public sector exit payments (Supplementary Legislative Consent Memorandum – Memorandum No. 3) (15 mins)
  • LCM on the Deregulation Bill - amendment in relation to British Fishing Boats Act 1983, Fisheries Act 1868 and Fisheries Act 1891 (Supplementary Legislative Consent Memorandum – Memorandum No. 5) (15 mins)
  • Debate: The Local Government Settlement 2015-16 (60 mins)
  • Debate: Together for Mental Health Annual Report 2013-14 (60 mins) 

Wednesday 14 January 2015 

Government Business 

  • Questions to the Minister for Education and Skills (45 mins)
  • Questions to the Minister for Economy, Science and Transport (45 mins) 

Assembly Business 

  • Debate on the Public Accounts Committee Report on Senior Management Pay (60 mins)
  • Debate by Individual Members under Standing Order 11.21(iv) (60 mins)

NNDM5630

Antoinette Sandbach (North Wales)

Bethan Jenkins (South Wales West)

Jenny Rathbone (Cardiff Central) 

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales: 

1. Notes that: 

a) women have made a huge contribution to the working life of Wales and continue to be a vital part of the Welsh economy; 

b) it is nearly 100 years since women got the vote and nearly 40 years since the Equal Pay Act; 

c) the Welsh Government has an important part to play in ensuring that there is not institutional discrimination present in the workplace. 

2. Calls on the Welsh Government not to award any procurement contracts or Welsh Government grant monies to any company that does not have any female directors on their board. 

  • Time allocated to the Welsh Conservatives (60 mins)
  • Short Debate (30 mins) 

Tuesday 20 January 2015

Government Business 

  • First Minister's Oral Assembly Questions (45 mins)
  • Business Statement and Announcement (30 mins)
  • Statement by the Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism: Our Past and Its Future (30 mins)
  • The Council Tax Reduction Schemes (Prescribed Requirements and Default Scheme) (Wales) (Amendment) Order 2015 (30 mins)
  • The Government of Wales Act 2006 (Amendment) Order 2015 (15 mins)
  • Stage 3 Standing Order 26.44 debate on the Higher Education (Wales) Bill (150 mins)

If the Assembly agrees the motion under Standing Order 26.36 the amendments will be disposed of in the order that the sections and schedules to which they relate, are set out in the motion.  If the Assembly does not agree the motion, amendments will be disposed of in the order which the sections and schedules to which they relate, arise in the Bill. 

Wednesday 21 January 2015 

Government Business 

  • Questions to the Minister for Natural Resources (45 mins)
  • Questions to the Minister for Communities and Tackling Poverty (45 mins) 

Assembly Business 

  • Debate on the Enterprise and Business Committee's report on Tourism (60 mins)
  • Debate by Individual Members under Standing Order 11.21(iv) (60 mins) 

    NNDM5639 Mark Isherwood (North Wales) 

    To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

    1. Welcomes the achievement of the Welsh Government's autistic spectrum disorder strategic action plan. 

    2. Notes that more needs to be done to meet the needs of children and adults with autism in Wales. 

    3. Believes that placing specific duties on local authorities and health boards would lead to greater clarity on the care and support that people with autism can expect. 

    4. Calls upon the Welsh Government to introduce an Autism Act for Wales. 

    The Welsh Government's autistic spectrum disorder strategic action plan is available at:
    http://wales.gov.uk/topics/childrenyoungpeople/publications/autisticspectrumdisorderplan/?lang=en
     
  • Time allocated to Plaid Cymru (60 mins)
  • Short Debate (30 mins)

Tuesday 27 January 2015

Government Business

  • First Minister's Oral Assembly Questions (45 mins)
  • Business Statement and Announcement (30 mins)
  • Statement by the Minister for Public Services: Introduction of the Local Government (Wales) Bill (60 mins)
  • Statement by the Minister for Natural Resources: Improving the availability of allotments and community gardens (30 mins)
  • Statement by the Minister for Communities and Tackling Poverty: Refreshing the Financial Inclusion Agenda (30 mins)
  • Debate: The Older People's Commissioner for Wales' Annual Report 2013-14 (60 mins)
  • Debate: Welsh Ministers Report on the Public Sector Equality Duty 2014 (60 mins)

Wednesday 28 January 2015 

Government Business 

  • Questions to the Minister for Health and Social Services (45 mins)
  • Questions to the Counsel General (15 mins)

Assembly Business 

  • Questions to the Assembly Commission (15 mins)
  • Time allocated to the Welsh Conservatives (60 mins)
  • Time allocated to Plaid Cymru (60 mins)
  • Time allocated to the Welsh Liberal Democrats (60 mins)
  • Short Debate (30 mins)

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