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Welsh Assembly Business: Wednesday 7 March 2018

In Plenary

1:30pm: Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education

2:15pm: Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Transport

3:00pm: Topical Questions

3:20pm: 90 second statements

3:25pm: Statement by the Chair of the Standards of Conduct Committee: Dignity and Respect in the Assembly

3:55pm: Debate on Criminal Justice

4:55pm: Debate on the Petition calling on the Welsh Government to ban the use of Wild Animals in Circuses in Wales

5:55pm: Debate on the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee Report on the Scrutiny of regulations made under the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill

Voting time

6:55pm: Short debate on Secure housing – stable families (Julie Morgan, lab, Cardiff North)

In Committee

Finance Committee (9:00am, room 4) 
- The Cost of Caring for an Ageing Population – Evidence from Vanessa Young, Director, Welsh NHS Confederation; Carol Shillabeer, Chief Executive of Powys Teaching Health Board; Gerry Evans, Deputy Chief Executive, Social Care Wales; Dr Daria Luchinskaya, Joseph Ogle, Wales Public Services 2025

Health, Social Care and Sport Committee (9:00am, room 2) 
- GMS Systems Framework Contract Procurement and One-day inquiry into the All Wales Medical Performers List – Evidence from Dr Rebecca Payne, Chair Royal College of General Practitioners Wales; Dr Charlotte Jones, BMA Cymru Wales; Clare Barton, Assistant Director of Registration, General Medical Council; Professor Malcolm Lewis, Wales Deanery; Liam Taylor, Deputy Medical Director, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board; Dr Richard Quirke, Cwm Taf University Health Board; Dr Mark Walker, Deputy Medical Director, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board; Sandra Preece, All Wales Contracts Manager; Catherine Reed, Contracts Support Manager

Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee (9:15am, room 1) 
- Campaigners - Active Travel (Wales) Act 2013 - Post-Legislative Scrutiny – Evidence from Rachel Maycock, Wales Manager, Living Streets Cymru; Steve Brooks, National Director, Ryland Jones, Head of Built Environment, Sustrans Cymru; Association for Consultancy and Engineering Cymru Wales (ACE Cymru Wales); Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI Cymru)

 

Interview