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National Assembly for Wales Business: Wednesday 13 March 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: Statement by the Chair of the Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee: The effect of Brexit on the arts, creative industries, heritage and the Welsh language

3:55pm: Debate: Stage 3 of the Public Services Ombudsman (Wales) Bill

5:55pm: Welsh Conservatives debate - Natural Resources Wales

6:55pm: Voting Time

7:00pm: Short debate: The importance of apprenticeships: Why we need people qualified in trades.

In Committee

Finance Committee (9:00am, Room 3)
Senedd and Elections (Wales) Bill - Technical briefing
Witnesses: Assembly Commission Officials: Anna Daniel, Head of Strategic Transformation Service, Matthew Richards, Head of Legal Service, Tom Jackson, Clerk/Bill Manager- Senedd and Elections (Wales) Bill, Strategic Transformation Service. Welsh Government Officials: Angharad Thomas Richards; Local Government Democracy Division and Sian Williams, Democracy, Local Government Democracy Division


Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee (9:15am, Room 1)
The Future Development of Transport for Wales: Unions
Witnesses: Daniel Maney, Negotiations Executive, Prospect, Mick Whelan, General Secretary, Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen and Shavanah Taj, National Officer, Wales and South West, Public and Commercial Services Union

The Future Development of Transport for Wales: Transport for Wales
Witnesses: James Price, Chief Executive, Transport for Wales

The Future Development of Transport for Wales: Minister for Economy and Transport
Witnesses: Ken Skates AM, Minister for Economy and Transport, Simon Jones, Director, Economic Infrastructure and Jenny Lewis, Deputy Director, Economic Infrastructure Management Division