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Tuesday 20 March 2012 – First Minister’s Questions
UK Government pressure on incomes in Wales, energy policy and the recent measles outbreak were on the agenda at today’s First Minister’s Questions.
Full list of oral questions answered
First Minister Carwyn Jones answered questions on:
- Priorities for South Wales West
- UK Government pressure on incomes in Wales
- Falling GDP in West Wales and the Valleys
- The ‘Wales’ brand
- Actions to ensure affordable costs of living
- Full connection of homes across Wales to public sewer networks
- Welsh Government’s policy priorities for North Wales
- The development of reablement services in Wales
- Swansea Coastguard Centre
- Homelessness among younger people
- Recent measles outbreaks in Wales
- Boosting capital investment in Wales in the forthcoming 2012 budget
- Discussions with the UK Government regarding energy policy
- Priorities for Mid and West Wales
- Policy priorities for Monmouth for the next 12 months
- Support for victims of domestic abuse
- Devolving more power over sustainable energy projects to Wales
A full transcript of First Minister’s Questions can be found on the National Assembly for Wales site.