Plaid Cymru Member of Senedd Sioned Williams has today called on the Welsh Government to increase funding to tackle domestic abuse in Wales following a month-long recent investigation by WalesOnline into domestic abuse cases in Swansea Magistrates’ Courts.
Several months ago I attended a coffee morning organised by Dyffryn Clydach Community Links to learn about their group and the work they had been doing. While there, I was told about the wide range of activities and events they put on and heard about the real difference the group had made on lives of local residents.
Plaid Cymru MS, Sioned Williams this week called on the Welsh Government to take action to tackle the high rates of asthma-related deaths in Wales among women during a Senedd debate on respiratory disease.
Plaid Cymru spokesperson on Social Justice and Equalities, Sioned Williams MS, called on the Welsh Government to respond to calls made by a learning disabilities charity for publicly funded venues to retain cash payments alongside card payments.
Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams welcomed today’s announcement that £70 million in funding will support the next stage in the expansion of free school meals in all primary schools in Wales, thanks to the Co-operation Agreement between Plaid and the Welsh Government, and praised NPT Council for its “speedy” expansion of free school meals in the county borough after visiting a local school.