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National Assembly for Wales Business: Wednesday 29 January 2020

In Plenary

1:30pm: Questions to the Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs

2:15pm: Questions to the Minister for Housing and Local Government

2:35pm: Topical Questions

2:55pm: 90 Second Statements

3:00pm: Motion to alter the name and remit of the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee

3:05pm: Welsh Conservatives Debate - Departure from the European Union

4:05pm: Plaid Cymru Debate - NHS Performance

5:05pm: Brexit Party Debate – Fisheries

6:05pm: Voting time

6:10pm: Short debate In Committee

Finance Committee (9:00am, Committee Room 3)
Local Government and Elections (Wales) Bill
Witnesses: Jon Rae, Director of Resources, Welsh Local Government Association
Cllr Anthony Hunt, Spokesperson for Finance and Resources, Welsh Local Government Association

Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee (9:00am, Committee Room 4)
Local Government and Elections (Wales) Bill
Witnesses: Julie James AM, Minister for Housing and Local Government, Claire Germain, Deputy Director Transformation and Partnerships, Angharad Thomas Richards, Head of Local Government Elections Policy Team, Lisa James, Deputy Director Local Government Democracy and Cath Wyatt, Local Government and Elections Bill Manager

Health, Social Care and Sport Committee (9:15am, Committee Room 2)
Provision of health and social care in the adult prison estate
Witnesses: Ricky McNeil, Prison Officer and POA Branch Official, HMP Berwyn, Vaughan Gething AM, Minister for Health and Social Services, Matt Downton, Head of Mental Health & Vulnerable Groups, Welsh Government and Alistair Davey, Deputy Director, Enabling People, Welsh Government

Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee (9:25am, Committee Room 1)
Scrutiny of Wales and Borders Rail Services
Witnesses: Bill Kelly, Route Director, Wales and Borders, Network Rail, James Price, Chief Executive Officer, Transport for Wales and Lee Jones, Chair of Keolis Amey Wales Cymru

General scrutiny of Transport for Wales
Witnesses: James Price, Chief Executive Officer, Transport for Wales and Scott Waddington, Chair Transport for Wales