Senedd News

Shadow Minister welcomes full fibre broadband for rural Wales

The Welsh Conservatives’ Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Energy and Rural Affairs – Janet Finch-Saunders MS – has today (07 August) cautiously welcomed the news that rural communities in Wales are set to benefit from full fibre broadband funding, adding that towns and villages must 'receive t

‘Vehicle to grid technology could drive Welsh green innovation’

The Welsh Conservatives’ Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Energy and Rural Affairs – Janet Finch-Saunders MS – has today (05 August) urged the Welsh Government by support innovations like vehicle to grid technology, as a way of fostering long term green collar jobs and to develop a nation of '

Debate: Introducing 20 mph Speed Limits in Wales

Yes, there is support on these benches for introducing 20 mph speed limits. I know, in Aberconwy, it's been a big issue on some of our rural roads, and our local authority found it difficult to actually go from higher speeds to 20 mph.

Welsh Conservative Comment: Acceptance of fly-tipping is ruining Wales

Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Energy and Rural Affairs, Janet Finch-Saunders MS, is calling for better enforcement of fly-tipping to end the apparent acceptance of fly-tipping which is ruining Wale, ensuring that local councils have the resources they need to carry out en

Keep the #BuyLocalFood Momentum Going!

Following the Welsh Government’s unveiling of their planned actions to support the Welsh food and drink industry recovery from the impact of Covid-19, Janet Finch-Saunders MS, Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Energy, and Rural Affairs, is calling for stronger action to keep the #BuyLocalFood m

‘Bold and innovative leadership required to battle plastic waste’

The Welsh Conservatives’ Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Energy and Rural Affairs – Janet Finch-Saunders MS – has today (30 July) spoken of her alarm at new research which warns that the amount of plastic ending up in the world’s oceans could nearly triple by 2040, without major action to cur