Jane Dodds MS

Vaccine passports 'wrong solution'

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have described Mark Drakeford’s decision to introduce the use of vaccine passports in Wales as ‘disappointing’ stating it is an example of government overreach that could set a worrying precedent.

The party’s leader, Jane Dodds MS, stated that she will vote against the measures if it is brought to a vote in the Senedd.

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Jane Dodds MS leads fight to end profit making from the care of vulnerable children.

Jane Dodds motion to remove the provision for profit-making providers from the children's care sector yesterday passed the first hurdle to change the lives of vulnerable children in Wales. 

The proposal debated this Wednesday called for a fresh look at the regulation, monitoring and commissioning of children’s residential care and children and young people with learning disabilities or other neurodiversity. 

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School closure plans questioned

Jane Dodds MS raised the issue of Powys Council’s plans to close 11 schools in the Senedd today, responding to the latest claims by the administration as justification for the school closures.

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Dodds fights to keep profit out of children's care

Jane Dodds MS has secured a debate in the Senedd  on children’s residential care, calling on Members of the Senedd to end profit making from the care of vulnerable children.

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Conservatives should keep their promise on rural broadband

Jane Dodds MS has demanded action on broadband across Mid and West Wales at the latest First Minister's Questions after the Conservatives plans for better broadband was dropped. 

In a survey by the National Federation of Women’s Institutes in Wales, the CLA, Farmers’ Union of Wales, NFU Cymru and Wales Young Farmers’ Club, more than 50 per cent of respondents from rural areas in Wales felt that the internet was not fast and reliable, particularly people in Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire.

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Jane Dodds MS welcomes Co-op rethink in Crickhowell

Jane Dodds, Member of the Senedd for Mid and West Wales has welcomed the news that the Transport Minister has agreed to review the decision in relation to the access and exit by the Co-op on the busy A40.

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