Agenda - Petitions Committee


Meeting Venue:

Video Conference Via Zoom

Meeting date: 1 December 2020

Meeting time: 09.00
For further information contact:

Graeme Francis - Committee Clerk

Kayleigh Imperato – Deputy Clerk

0300 200 6565373

Petitions@senedd.wales


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In accordance with Standing Order 34.19, the Chair has determined that the public are excluded from the Committee's meeting in order to protect public health. This meeting will be broadcast live on www.senedd.tv

 

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1       Introduction, apologies, substitutions and declarations of interest

                                                                                                   (Pages 1 - 46)

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2       New petitions

                                                                                                                          

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2.1     P-05-1029 The Welsh Government should introduce mandatory testing of all passengers arriving at Cardiff Airport

                                                                                                 (Pages 47 - 52)

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2.2     P-05-1041 A clear policy and funding for hospitals and care homes for virtual visiting during times of lockdown

                                                                                                 (Pages 53 - 63)

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2.3     P-05-1043 To have the manufacture and production of sufficient PPE for Wales located in Wales Post Covid-19

                                                                                                 (Pages 64 - 72)

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2.4     P-05-1047 Let pubs and bars trade, cancel the curfew

                                                                                                 (Pages 73 - 83)

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2.5     P-05-1048 Allow older people to access outdoor sports facilities for physical and mental wellbeing

                                                                                                 (Pages 84 - 86)

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2.6     P-05-1051 Allow Welsh junior athletes to train with the same covid regulations as equivalent English juniors

                                                                                                 (Pages 87 - 89)

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2.7     P-05-1053 Keep gyms open and consider them as important as shops should another national lockdown take place

                                                                                                 (Pages 90 - 93)

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2.8     P-05-1063 Open golf courses as it plays an integral part to the improvement of both physical and mental health

                                                                                                 (Pages 94 - 96)

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2.9     P-05-1057 Increase the number of people allowed to attend wedding receptions

                                                                                               (Pages 97 - 104)

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2.10P-05-1058 Prevent a second national lockdown in Wales

                                                                                             (Pages 105 - 107)

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2.11P-05-1059 Classify Places of Worship as essential, to allow people to attend church during lockdowns

                                                                                             (Pages 108 - 116)

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2.12P-05-1061 Give financial support to Pet Boarding businesses

                                                                                             (Pages 117 - 130)

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2.13P-05-1066 Allow choristers and youth choirs to sing in Wales and young musicians to play in groups

                                                                                             (Pages 131 - 133)

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Other new petitions

 

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2.14P-05-1049 Change the school summer holiday break!

                                                                                             (Pages 134 - 140)

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3       Updates to previous petitions

                                                                                                                          

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Health and Social Services

 

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3.1     P-05-954 Petition for a public inquiry by the Welsh Government into the historic child abuse on Caldey Island

                                                                                             (Pages 141 - 150)

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Education

 

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3.2     P-05-932 Education On Food Allergies In Schools & Mandatory EPI PEN Training

                                                                                             (Pages 151 - 160)

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3.3     P-05-985 Provide key-worker childcare equivalent to what was available prior to the Covid-19 pandemic

                                                                                             (Pages 161 - 164)

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The following two petitions will be considered together

 

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3.4     P-05-1011 Virtual On-line teacher-led lessons to be provided for all school children

                                                                                                         (Page 165)

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3.5     P-05-1015 Categorise schools as critical infrastructure

                                                                                             (Pages 166 - 170)

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Culture, Sport and Tourism

 

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3.6     P-05-1028 Relax the excessive restrictions to allow motor sport rallies to take place in Wales

                                                                                             (Pages 171 - 175)

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Environment and Rural Affairs

 

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3.7     P-05-937 STOP BOILING CRUSTACEANS ALIVE (lobsters, crabs, crayfish, prawns etc)

                                                                                             (Pages 176 - 180)

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3.8     P-05-1026 Petition to ban the snaring of wildlife for use in the fur trade

                                                                                             (Pages 181 - 184)

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Transport

 

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3.9     P-05-886 Stop the Red Route (A55/A494 corridor)

                                                                                             (Pages 185 - 190)

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Housing and Local Government

 

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3.10P-05-1009 Mandate Welsh Councils to apply a minimum 100% Council Tax surcharge on second homes

                                                                                             (Pages 191 - 193)

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