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Present

  • Rt. Hon. Mark Drakeford AM (Chair)
  • Vaughan Gething AM

Via video link

  • Rebecca Evans AM
  • Lesley Griffiths AM
  • Julie James AM
  • Eluned Morgan AM
  • Ken Skates AM
  • Kirsty Williams AM
  • Jeremy Miles AM
  • Jane Hutt AM
  • Hannah Blythyn AM
  • Julie Morgan AM
  • Lee Waters AM
  • Dafydd Elis Thomas AM
  • Shan Morgan, Permanent Secretary (via video link)
  • Des Clifford, Director General Office of the First Minister
  • Andrew Goodall, Director General Health
  • Carys Evans, Principal Private Secretary First Minister
  • Will Whiteley, Head of Cabinet Division
  • Toby Mason, Head of Strategic Communications
  • Jane Runeckles, Special Adviser (via video link)
  • Dan Butler, Special Adviser (via video link)
  • Ian Butler, Special Adviser (via video link)
  • Paul Griffiths, Special Adviser (via video link)
  • Clare Jenkins, Special Adviser
  • Andrew Johnson, Special Adviser (via video link)
  • 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)
  • Frank Atherton, Chief Medical Officer (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)
  • Piers Bisson, Director European Transition (via video link)
  • Jo Trott, Head of COVID-19 project team

Item 1: Minutes of the previous meeting

  1. Cymeradwyodd y Cabinet gofnodion y 20 Ebrill / Cabinet approved the minutes of 20 April.

Item 2: Senedd business

  1. Cabinet noted the Plenary grid.

Item 3: Any other business

Airbus and Tata Steel

  1. The Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales referred to the comments made by the Chief Executive of Airbus about the company’s cash flow issues. With the challenges of a reduced order book, Airbus was expected to seek to furlough some of its workforce in Wales.
  2. Cabinet noted that the Welsh Government has limited levers to support Tata Steel and given the scale of the global challenge to steel makers, the UK government should intervene.

Death in Service Scheme for NHS and Social Care frontline workers

  1. The Minister for Health and Social Services informed Cabinet that he would be announcing a death in service scheme for NHS and social care frontline workers, should they pass away as a result of COVID-19.

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