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Summary

  1. AMs have called for an end to cuts in further education in a vote in the Senedd.
  2. Budget scrutiny with the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Transport
  3. Plenary begins at 1.30pm with Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education
  4. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Services
  5. Member Debate under Standing Order 11.21(iv) - Further Education Funding
  6. Debate on the Standards of Conduct Committee report: Creating the Right Culture
  7. Debate on Petition P-05-828 Presumption in Favour of Rural Schools
  8. Short Debate: Transport for Wales: the vehicle to transform rail services in Islwyn.

Live Reporting

By Alun Jones and Nia Harri

All times stated are UK

  1. 'Additional resource for active travel'

    "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).

    Ken Skates
  2. Witnesses

    With Ken Skates are:

    Simon Jones, Director - Economic Infrastructure

    Marcella Maxwell, Head of Economic Action Plan Implementation

    Dean Medcraft, Director- Finance & Operations

    Witnesses
  3. Welcome to Senedd Live

    Bore da.

    The Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee is this morning scrutinising the Welsh Government budget with the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Transport.