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​In this section you can read our latest press releases, search the news archive and find information for members of the press.

The Press Office deals with all media enquiries relating to the National Assembly, including Assembly Committees and Plenary business. Journalists can contact the Press Office on 0300 200 7487 or contact us​.​​

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What is an SIIA and how does it affect you?
What is an SIIA and how does it affect you?
24/03/2019 - ​SIIAs, or Strategic Integrated Impact Assessments, to give them their full name, can affect everyone in Wales.The Welsh Government publishes...
Marking 20 Years of Devolution
Marking 20 Years of Devolution
21/03/2019 - ​The National Assembly for Wales has today (Thursday, March 21) announced a programme of events to mark 20 years since...
New law gives greater powers for the people to hold public services to account
New law gives greater powers for the people to hold public services to account
21/03/2019 - ​A new law has been passed which will make public services more accountable to the people of Wales.The National Assembly...
More support and guidance should be available to patients using prescription drugs
More support and guidance should be available to patients using prescription drugs
21/03/2019 - Tackling prescription drug dependence should be given a higher priority in Wales according to the National Assembly's Petitions Committee.The Committee...
Finger pointing pointless after Autumn rail disruption
Finger pointing pointless after Autumn rail disruption
20/03/2019 - ​In autumn last year the rail network in Wales was affected by serious disruption brought about in the aftermath of...

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