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​Oral Assembly Questions tabled on 18 May 2017

for answer on 23 May 2017

 

R - Signifies the Member has declared an interest.
W - Signifies that the question was tabled in Welsh.

(Self-identifying question no. shown in brackets)
 
The Presiding Officer will call Party Leaders to ask questions without notice to the First Minister after Question 2.
 

To ask the First Minister

1. Paul Davies (Preseli Pembrokeshire): What is the Welsh Government doing to improve health services in Pembrokeshire over the next twelve months? OAQ(5)0610(FM)
 
2. Mark Isherwood (North Wales): What support is the Welsh Government giving to the North Wales economy? OAQ(5)0611(FM)
 
3. Steffan Lewis (South Wales East): How much public money was invested in the Wales and Borders rail network in the last financial year? OAQ(5)0613(FM) R
 
4. John Griffiths (Newport East): Will the First Minister provide an update on progress with integrated transport in south-east Wales? OAQ(5)0614(FM)
 
5. Michelle Brown (North Wales): What assessment has the First Minister made of the impact that the outcome of the UK General Election will have on the Welsh Government's policies? (OAQ(5)0622(FM)
 
6. Hannah Blythyn (Delyn): Will the First Minister provide an update on how the year of legends will benefit north-east Wales? OAQ(5)0617(FM)
 
7. Russell George (Montgomeryshire): Will the First Minister make a statement on access to GP medical services in Montgomeryshire? OAQ(5)0621(FM)
 
8. Angela Burns (Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire): What is the Welsh Government doing to promote staff well-being within the Welsh public sector? OAQ(5)0615(FM)
 
9. Nathan Gill (North Wales): Will the First Minister make a statement on the North Wales growth deal? OAQ(5)0612(FM)
 
10. Nick Ramsay (Monmouth): Will the First Minister make a statement on his economic priorities for south-east Wales? OAQ(5)0616(FM)
 
11. Simon Thomas (Mid and West Wales): What income tax rate does the First Minister expect people in Wales who earn over £80,000 a year to pay from April 2019 onwards? OAQ(5)0619(FM)W
 
12. Neil Hamilton (Mid and West Wales): Will the First Minister make a statement on the process for assessing proposals for new railway stations in Wales? OAQ(5)0620(FM)
 
13. Dafydd Elis-Thomas (Dwyfor Meirionnydd): What developments have there been to realise the First Minister's aim of establishing a constitutional convention on the future of the UK as it leaves the EU? OAQ(5)0618(FM)W
 

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