Looked-after Children Debate

Debate by Individual Members: Looked-after Children   Motion NDM6026 David Melding, Julie Morgan, Lee Waters, Llyr Gruffydd, Neil Hamilton   Supported by Lynne Neagle, Nick Ramsay, Suzy Davies, Angela Burns, Mark Isherwood, Janet Finch-Saunders   To propose that the National Assembly for Wales: Believes that the Welsh Government should examine ways to strengthen inter-departmental working to improve outcomes for looked after children.

OAQs - Procurement

Question to the Minister for Finance and Local Government on SQuID and public procurement

Welsh Conservatives Debate: Local Government

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:1. Recognises the role that local government plays in delivering public services to communities across Wales.2. Notes with concern the uncertainty that the lack of clarity regarding local government reform is having on the delivery of effective services.3. Acknowledges that more has to be done to address voter apathy in Wales given that, in the 2012 local government elections, overall turnout in Wales was low, at an average of 38.9 per cent, which was a 4 per cent drop from the previous local election turnout in 2008.4. Calls on the Welsh Government to outline a provisional timetable for its planned reforms of Welsh local authorities, and to engage in a robust consultation process.