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Sioned Williams calls for action on NHS crisis

Sioned Williams calls for Welsh Government to take 'urgent action' to address the NHS crisis 

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Sioned Williams calls for proper funding of social care

I called on the Welsh Government to provide more funding for social care in the face of a cost of living crisis affecting the most vulnerable the hardest.

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Increase the representation of women in local government

I recently challenged the Welsh Government to do more to increase the representation of women in local government

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My week 16-22 January 2023

A quick round up of some of things I've been doing this week in the Senedd and around the region. 

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Solar panels in car parks

I recently called on the Welsh Government to look at the feasibility of passing legislation requiring large car parks to have a canopy of solar panels over the site, as part of the global effort to tackle climate change.

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Britain's Greatest Naturalist

Earlier this week I had the opportunity to pay tribute to Alfred Russel Wallace, who was born this month 200 years ago and whose ideas changed the world.

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My Week 8-15 January 2023

The first week of the new year in the Senedd has been a busy one as there have been lots of important points to raise with the Welsh Government regarding the crisis in the NHS and the ongoing Cost of Living Crisis. Here are some of the issues I have raised.

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Gleision inquest announcement welcomed by Sioned Williams MS

Plaid Cymru Member of Senedd for South Wales West, Sioned Williams has welcomed the decision announced today to re-open a full inquest into the Gleision Colliery mining disaster.  

This comes after a long campaign, supported by Sioned Williams MS, by those directly affected by the tragedy which claimed the lives of four men in 2011. 

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Sioned Williams joins RCN workers in demanding fair pay for nurses

Plaid Cymru Member of Senedd for South Wales West, Sioned Williams today joined a picket line outside Morristion Hospital and was in Neath Port Talbot Hospital last week, where nurses are calling for fair pay and conditions as part of a nation-wide strike by the Royal College of Nurses union.

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Plaid Cymru calls on Welsh government to reinstate Child Poverty Action Plan in Wales

Debate tabled on the need for a poverty plan, after Labour scraps target

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