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National Assembly for Wales Business: Wednesday 11 July 2018

In Plenary

1:30pm: Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs Questions

2:15pm: Local Government and Public Services Questions

3:00pm: Topical Questions

3:20pm: 90 second statements

3:25pm: Motion to amend Standing Order 18 in relation to the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2013

3:30pm: Debate on the Public Accounts Committee report on The Welsh Government's initial funding of the Circuit of Wales project

4:30pm: Debate on the Health, Social Care and Sport Committee report: Use of antipsychotic medication in care homes

5:30pm: Debate on the Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee report: Enterprise Zones: boldly going?

6:30pm: Voting time

Debate on Securing the future of the Prince Madog

In Committee

Health, Social Care and Sport Committee (9:00am, room 2)
- A Healthier Wales: Welsh Government's plan for health and social care – Evidence from Vaughan Gething AM, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Services, Huw Irranca-Davies AM, Minister for Children, Older People and Social Care, Andrew Goodall, Director General Health & Social Services/NHS Chief Executive, Health and Social Services Group, Welsh Government, Ifan Evans, Deputy Director Technology, Innovation, Strategy, Health & Social Services Group, Welsh Government

Finance Committee (9:00am, room 1)  
- The Cost of Caring for an Ageing Population – Evidence from Mark Drakeford AM, Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Huw Brain, Senior Fiscal Analyst – Taxation, Georgina Haarhoff, Head of Tax Strategy, Policy and Engagement; Gerald Holtham, Hodge Professor of Regional Economics

Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee (9:00am, room 3)
- Renting Homes (Fees etc.) (Wales) Bill – Evidence from Jennie Bibbings, Campaigns Manager, Shelter Cymru; Alun Evans, Senior Campaigns and Advocacy Officer, Jamie Matthews, Senior Policy Officer, Citizens Advice, Matt Dicks, Director, Chartered Institute of Housing Cymru, Matthew Kennedy, Policy and Public Affairs Manager, Chartered Institute of Housing Cymru, Bethan Jones, Operational Manager, Rent Smart Wales


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