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  • Forthcoming posts on Assembly Business | In Brief - Updated: 19 October 2016 Darllenwch y dudalen yma yn Gymraeg | View this page in Welsh There are no forthcoming blog posts planned on Assembly business. Information on the schedule for Plenary can be found on the National Assembly for Wales website.  
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  • Key Issues 2016 | In Brief - Posts about Key Issues 2016 written by doucht, candiceboyes, and siandavies414
  • Subject reading lists available on our blog | In Brief - 12 May 2016 National Assembly for Wales Research Service If you’re trying to get to grips with a brand new subject or wanting to find out the key developments in a policy area then the Research Service subject reading lists could be a great place to start. The subject reading list compiled by our different…
  • Tackling Nitrate Pollution in Wales | In Brief - 21 October 2016 Article by Katy Orford, National Assembly for Wales Research Service Darllenwch yr erthygl yma yn Gymraeg | View this post in Welsh The Welsh Government is consulting on Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZ) in Wales. The consultation focuses on measures for reducing water pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources. The Welsh Government plans to introduce…
  • New Publication: Labour Market Briefing | In Brief - 20 October 2016 Article by Gareth Thomas and David Millett National Assembly for Wales Research Service View this post in Welsh | Darllenwch yr erthygl yma yn Gymraeg This briefing paper (PDF, 963KB) provides a statistical overview of the labour market. Information is included on Assembly constituencies, Wales and UK nations. We also publish interactive unemployment maps displaying…
  • Economic development | In Brief - Posts about Economic development written by candiceboyes, doucht, and siandavies414
  • The Public Health (Wales) Bill as introduced in the Fourth Assembly | In Brief - 20 October 2016 Article by Philippa Watkins, National Assembly for Wales Research Service Darllenwch yr erthygl yma yn Gymraeg | View this post in Welsh The previous Welsh Government introduced its Public Health (Wales) Bill in June 2015. The Bill set out a series of specific proposals in priority areas of public health policy. It aimed to create…

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    Bought Mrs Seal a tin of My New Pink Button for her birthday. She was over the moon, it was as easy to apply as a new coat of creosote to the shed, and all most as much fun too. Her freshly painted poonani now looks less like a badly packed kebab and more like a more a newly budding rose.

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