Assembly News

AMs call for Welsh Government funding boost to benefit North Wales

Welsh Conservative AMs from North Wales are calling on the Welsh Government to ensure extra funding announced by the Treasury yesterday benefits the north of the country.

Chancellor Sajid Javid yesterday announced plans which will see Wales £600million better off next year.

Shadow Minister concerned about impact of technology on young children

Calls are being made to review the impact of screen-time on young children. This is being pursued by Janet Finch-Saunders, Shadow Minister for Children, since finding that nursery staff are blaming technology for a decline in children having imaginary friends.

 

AM Fighting for the Future for Snowdonia National Park

With Snowdonia National Park Authority on the verge of being forced to make radical changes which would drastically change the National Park, Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy, has been fighting to secure funding for the Authority.

 

Action Needed to Help Attract International Visitors to Wales

Renewed calls have been made for the removal of Visit Wales from Welsh Government control and creating an industry-led approach to marketing Wales.  This follows the finding by Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy, that the number of international trips to Wales during the first qu

Welsh Labour Government Forgets about Holiday Hunger in 9 Local Authorities

Following the launch of the Welsh Labour Government’s new £100,000 pilot scheme which aims to support low income families during the holidays, Janet Finch-Saunders, Shadow Minister for Social Care, Children, and Young People, has hit out at the Deputy Minister for Health and Social Services for t

AM Trumpets the Case of Welsh Brass Bands in the Senedd

With licencing requirements stopping children joining brass bands across Wales, Janet Finch-Saunders, Shadow Minister for Children and Young People, championed their cause in questions to the First Minister, and secured a promise that local authorities will be monitored so to establish whether th