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National Assembly for Wales Business: Wednesday 9 January 2019

In Plenary

1:30pm Questions to the Minister for Education

2:15pm Questions to the Minister for Health and Social Services

3:00pm Topical Questions

3:20pm 90 Second Statements

3:25pm Debate on the Finance Committee report: The Cost of Caring for an Ageing Population

4:25pm Debate on the Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee report: State of the Roads in Wales

5:25pm Welsh Conservatives debate – Housing

Voting Time

6:25pm Short Debate

In Committee

Finance Committee (9:00am, Committee Room 1)
Devolution of fiscal powers to Wales
Witnesses: Rebecca Evans AM, Minister for Finance and Trefnydd, Andrew Jeffreys, Director, Welsh Treasury, Liz Matthews, Income tax policy and delivery lead, Dyfed Alsop, Chief Executive, Welsh Revenue Authority and Kathryn Bishop, Chair, Welsh Revenue Authority

Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee (9:15am, Committee Room 4)
Scrutiny of the Public Services Ombudsman for Wales Annual Report and Accounts 2017/18
Witnesses: Nick Bennett, Public Services Ombudsman for Wales, Chris Vinestock Chief Operating Officer and Director of Investigations, Katrin Shaw Director of  Policy, Legal & Governance
Inquiry into diversity in local government
Witnesses: Julie James AM, Minister for Housing and Local Government, Lisa James, Deputy Director, Local Government Democracy, Welsh Government, Angharad Thomas-Richards, Electoral Reform Programme Adviser, Welsh Government

Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee (9:15am, Committee Room 3)
Research and Innovation
Witnesses: Kirsty Williams AM, Minister for Education, Huw Morris, Director Skills, Higher Education and Lifelong Learning (SHELL), Welsh Government, Professor Peter W. Halligan, Chief Scientific Advisor for Wales, Welsh Government Office for Science. Welsh Government
Autumn rail disruption inquiry
Witnesses: Bill Kelly, Managing Director, Network Rail Wales and Borders Route, Alison Thompson, Chief Operating Officer, Network Rail Wales and Borders Route, Tim James, Strategy and Planning Director, Network Rail Wales and Weston Route

Health, Social Care and Sport Committee (9:15, Committee Room 2)
Legislative Consent Motion on Healthcare (International Arrangements) Bill
Witnesses: Vaughan Gething, Minister for Health and Social Services, Welsh Government and Lyn Summers, Head of HSSG Central Legislation Support Team, Welsh Government

Interview

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