I am backing a campaign launched by Welsh Conservatives in the Senedd to force the Welsh Government to recognise that strokes should be given a higher priority for ambulance responses.
You only get one chance to have a decent education and the Welsh Labour Government is squandering the life chances of our children. Each year, £1,000 less is spent on the education of a child in Wales than that of a child in other parts of the UK.
I have written my thoughts on why the Welsh Government must properly fund Welsh education, ensuring the children of Wales receive the same standard of education as the rest of the United Kingdom.
I am deeply concerned that research by the London School of Economics has found that Welsh children lost out on a third of their learning in the last academic year, more than any other UK nation.
I welcome the UK Government’s new approach to building safety, which will seek to protect leaseholders. However, I remain concerned that the Welsh Government have not yet committed to adopting the approach set out by the UK Government.
The Covid pandemic has led to a patient backlog crisis. Many constituents have written to me to express their concerns regarding the patient backlog crisis in Bridgend. I am deeply concerned about the missing 40,000 cancer patients in Wales who are awaiting treatment, surgery, or diagnosis.
I recently spoke in the House to raise the issue that Welsh transport networks need to be improved.
Welsh Labour continues to ignore that devolved rail lines in Wales were recently rated the worst in the United Kingdom and the Welsh Labour Government continue to insist on not building the M4 relief road.
The Welsh Labour Government have been criticised by Cancer Research for not having a proper national cancer strategy. This is just the latest devastating indictment of the way health services are run in Wales.