- Rt. Hon. Mark Drakeford MS (Chair)
- Vaughan Gething MS
Via video link
- Rebecca Evans MS
- Lesley Griffiths MS
- Julie James MS
- Eluned Morgan MS
- Ken Skates MS
- Kirsty Williams MS
- Jeremy Miles MS
- Jane Hutt MS
- Hannah Blythyn MS
- Julie Morgan MS
- Lee Waters MS
- Dafydd Elis Thomas MS
- Shan Morgan, Permanent Secretary (via video link)
- Des Clifford, Director General Office of the First Minister
- Andrew Goodall, Director General Health
- Will Whiteley, Head of Cabinet Division
- Carys Evans, Principal Private Secretary First Minister
- Jane Runeckles, Special Adviser (via video link)
- Dan Butler, Special Adviser (via video link)
- Ian Butler, Special Adviser (via video link)
- Sara Faye, Special Adviser (via video link)
- Paul Griffiths, Special Adviser (via video link)
- Clare Jenkins, Special Adviser (via video link)
- Andrew Johnson, Special Adviser (via video link)
- Mitch Theaker, Special Adviser
- Gareth Williams, Special Adviser (via video link)
- Tom Woodward, Special Adviser (via video link)
- Christopher W Morgan, Cabinet Secretariat (minutes)
- Damian Roche, Cabinet Secretariat
- Jonathan Scourfield, Specialist Policy Adviser (via video link)
- Andrew Jeffreys, Director Welsh Treasury (via video link)
- Tim Render, Director COVID-19 team (via video link)
- Liz Lalley, COVID-19 team (via video link)
- Peter McDonald, COVID-19 team (via video link)
- Gareth Bevington, COVID-19 team (via video link)
- Jo Trott, COVID-19 project team
Item 1: Minutes of the previous meeting
- Cymeradwyodd y Cabinet gofnodion y 4 Mai / Cabinet approved the minutes of 4 May.
Item 2: Senedd business
- Cabinet noted the Plenary grid.
Item 3: Response to COVID-19: Preparation for future recovery
- The Counsel General and Minister for European Transition introduced the paper, which provided feedback from the initial roundtable discussions and outlined the next steps towards establishing an external advisory group.
- As part of the proposals to prepare for recovery from COVID-19, the external advisory group was expected to provide external perspective and constructive challenge to the government’s plans. This work would begin with introductory round table sessions involving a wider cohort of UK and international experts.
- There had been 3 such roundtable discussions to consider the high level framing of the recovery with specific attention to the relationship between economic, social and environmental recovery.
- The next steps would be to hold a similar series of virtual round-tables over the next week with experts from within Wales, who would bring their own expertise to the discussions.
- The expert group would be part of the wider approach to the recovery and there would be a need to engage with social partners, stakeholders, individuals and businesses from across Wales.