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Once-in-a-generation reforms to make the Senedd more modern and effective have today been published by the Welsh Government as part of the Co-operation Agreement with Plaid Cymru.
Mick Antoniw, the Welsh Government’s Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution, has criticised the UK Government’s unilateral and destructive approach to devolution.
The Welsh Government’s chief legal adviser has warned the Senedd the UK Government’s Public Order Act puts historic freedoms around peaceful protest at risk.
School children chatting with politicians and workshops for deaf people about how democracy can work better for them are just a few ways the Welsh Government is looking to get more people involved with politics.
The Welsh Government’s Counsel General is calling on the new UK Government to reset its relationship with the legal sector.
The Welsh Government has raised concerns over a new Bill that could see the UK Government legislate in areas of devolved responsibility without the consent of Welsh Ministers or the Senedd.
A new £1.85m scheme is helping five local authorities in Wales to tackle chewing gum staining.
Legislation to lower the default national speed limit on residential roads and busy pedestrian streets from 30mph to 20mph has been approved by the Senedd today.
Counsel General Mick Antoniw reaffirmed the Welsh Government’s commitment to open elections and increased voter participation, as the Senedd prepares to vote on the passage of the UK Government’s Elections Bill.
The people who will serve on an independent commission which will make recommendations about Wales’ constitutional future have been announced.
Some students will be able to vote at their college in next May’s local government elections, as part of efforts to increase voter turnout.
Professor Laura McAllister and Dr Rowan Williams will be co-chairs of an independent Constitutional Commission to consider Wales’ future.