Assembly News

Shadow Minister repeats concerns over 'smacking ban' proposals

Shadow Minister for Social Care, Children and Young People, Janet Finch-Saunders AM, has repeated her concerns over the Welsh Government’s so-called ‘smacking ban,’ following today’s warnings from senior police officers in Wales. Commenting, she said:


Welsh Conservatives Debate: Young Adult Carers (16/5/19)


Diolch. Deputy Presiding Officer, it is a privilege, on behalf of the Welsh Conservative group, to open today's debate, standing up to protect our children and further rights to support our younger carers.

Shadow Minister comments on rise in child poverty

Commenting on the shameful news that Wales was the only nation to see an increase in child poverty last year, Shadow Minister for Social Care, Children and Young People, Janet Finch-Saunders, said:

Aberconwy AM Champions Welsh NHS in the Senedd

This has been a major week for Welsh Government management of the health services in Wales as the Senedd has seen Mark Drakeford AM, First Minister, and Vaughan Gething AM, Minister for Health and Social Services, scrutinised for lack of progress.

Shock as New GP Surgeries not encouraged in North Wales

After finding that the number of GP practices in North Wales remained at its lowest level since 2011 last year and asking the Welsh Government for decisive action, Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy, has spoken out in shock at the Minister for Health and Social Services’ response