Senedd this week: Brexit regulations, smacking ban and regional rugby

Joe Atkinson takes a look at what’s happening in the National Assembly for Wales this week.   Brexit regulations take up plenary time Much of Tuesday afternoon’s plenary will involve AMs debating regulations on the UK’s exit from the European Union. The Assembly will consider Brexit regulations on social care, food, rural affairs, plant health […]

The latest legislative developments from Wales

With Brexit leading to a legislative logjam, the past year has been one of the busiest since Wales gained primary law-making powers. Here we look at the Acts passed since the summer, the Bills currently before the Assembly and what might be on the legislative agenda in the year ahead. Minimum Pricing The Public Health […]

Housing Policy: The Latest from Wales

In the week an Assembly committee launched an inquiry into small home builders and the latest rough sleeping count was published, we take a closer look at the latest housing policy developments from Wales. What’s the Welsh Government’s approach? Welsh Labour’s 2016 Assembly election manifesto included a pledge to build 20,000 affordable homes between 2016 […]

Senedd this week: Remembrance, focus on human rights, and budget scrutiny

Joe Atkinson looks ahead to some of the issues that will be debated in the National Assembly for Wales this week. Focus on equality and human rights On Tuesday, AMs will debate the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s Wales Committee’s Annual Review for 2017-18. The review found evidence that poverty in Wales is deepening and […]