- AMs have called for an end to cuts in further education in a vote in the Senedd.
- Budget scrutiny with the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Transport
- Plenary begins at 1.30pm with Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education
- Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Services
- Member Debate under Standing Order 11.21(iv) - Further Education Funding
- Debate on the Standards of Conduct Committee report: Creating the Right Culture
- Debate on Petition P-05-828 Presumption in Favour of Rural Schools
- Short Debate: Transport for Wales: the vehicle to transform rail services in Islwyn.
"I was particularly keen to make sure we allocated additional resource for active travel - it's £60 million, I think," says Ken Skates.
According to the Welsh Government, the Local Transport 27 Fund has an additional allocation of £52m (£26m in each financial year; an additional £26m has also been provided in 2018-19) from central reserves for the Local Transport Fund and £50m allocation from Central Reserves in relation to Active Travel (£20m in 2019-20 and £30m in 2020-21).Copyright: BBC
With Ken Skates are:
Simon Jones, Director - Economic Infrastructure
Marcella Maxwell, Head of Economic Action Plan Implementation
Dean Medcraft, Director- Finance & OperationsCopyright: BBC
The Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee is this morning scrutinising the Welsh Government budget with the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Transport.