Speaking as Co-Sponsor at today’s Cymorth Cymru and Community Housing Cymru campaign rally for the Supporting People Programme, North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood highlighted the value for money the programme provides and said protecting its budget is a “no brainer”.
Responding to the Health Secretary’s Statement in the Assembly Chamber this week on the Neurological Conditions Delivery Plan 2017-2020, Mark Isherwood AM put forward an array of questions and concerns raised with him by members of the Wales Neurological Alliance and the Cross Party Group on Neur
North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood has called for the Cabinet Secretary for Transport and Infrastructure to ensure that he puts his responsibility to passengers first in the future development of the Wales and Borders rail franchise.
Welsh Conservative Shadow Communities Secretary, Mark Isherwood AM, has condemned the First Minister’s dismissive response after he challenged him in the Assembly Chamber yesterday on his Government’s failure to fill the police training cash gap.
North Wales AM Mark Isherwood has dressed in pink to lend his support to Breast Cancer Now’s flagship fundraiser, ‘wear it pink’, which will see thousands of people across the UK adding a splash of pink to their outfits on Friday 20 October and raise vital funds for breast cancer research.
North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood has called on the Welsh Government to consider using participatory budgeting more after a Welsh report highlighted how the process has “fundamentally changed the relationship between citizen and state” in Brazil.
North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood has questioned the Cabinet Secretary for Communities, Carl Sargeant AM, this week over social housing delivery, emphasising the need for local authorities to work with housing associations.
North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood has called on the Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children to ensure that voluntary organisations providing crisis intervention and support across Wales are protected in the Welsh Government’s commissioning process.
North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood has called for answers as to why homelessness figures increased in Flintshire over the fine years up to 2014/15, but fell in other parts of Wales, including Wrexham, Anglesey and Gwynedd.
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