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UE diweddaru wythnosol

Croeso i’r e-bost wythnosol o’r newyddion diweddaraf o’r Undeb Ewropeaidd (UE). Mae hwn yn wasanaeth newydd gan Swyddfa UE’r Cynulliad ym Mrwsel, a fydd yn rhoi cyflwyniad bras i’r datblygiadau diweddaraf yn yr UE sydd fwyaf perthnasol i Gymru a gwaith y Cynulliad, a hynny’n debyg i’r ffordd mae Westminster Business yn rhoi’r wybodaeth ddiweddaraf am y gweithgareddau perthnasol yn San Steffan.

EU weekly update

Welcome to the European Union (EU) weekly e-mail update, a new service from the Assembly’s EU Office in Brussels, aimed at providing you with a quick "signposting service" to the latest developments in the EU of most relevance to Wales and the work of the Assembly, much in the same way that Westminster Business gives an update on relevant activities in the Houses of Parliament.

Proposed council reforms will “foster unease”

Commenting on the Welsh Government’s proposals for public service reform, Shadow Minister for Local Government, Janet Finch-Saunders AM, said: "These proposals raise concerns over the Minister’s ultimate intentions and will inevitably foster unease in local government."

CHC closures ‘unacceptable’

Cllr Janet Finch-Saunders AM has called on the Minister for Health and Social Services to explain the actions of the Welsh Government in the sudden closing of the Llandudno Community Health Council (CHC) a few months ago without consultation.

Janet urges further North Wales engagement

Cllr Janet Finch-Saunders AM, Shadow Minister for Local Government today welcomed the holding of Welsh Labour Government’s Cabinet meeting in Llandudno Junction, but warned that they must do more to engage with North Wales.

Janet supports sustainable management of Welsh seas

Cllr Janet Finch-Saunders AM has lent her support for the sustainable management of Welsh seas for the future by signing the Welsh Environment Link Marine Declaration at the Royal Welsh Show this year.

Protect people from future care worries

Cllr Janet Finch-Saunders AM, Shadow Minister for Social Services, calls on the Welsh Government to ensure that the worries faced by many people across Wales by the collapse of care home provider Southern Cross will not be repeated.

Labour actions 'immature and embarrassing'

Cllr Janet Finch-Saunders AM expressed her disappointment today at the decision by Labour not to applaud or acknowledge the Prime Minister's speech to the National Assembly. Their deliberate snub clearly showed their tribal instincts are very much intact – despite their promises. The brief heckling that came from the Plaid benches was immature and embarrassing.