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Note No. Item

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

09:00

1.

Introduction, apologies, substitutions and declarations of interest

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2.

Motion under Standing Order 17.42 to resolve to exclude the public from the meeting for the following business:

Item 2

3.

Debates on petitions - private discussion

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09.15

4.

New Covid-19 petitions

4.1

P-05-987 Update guidelines so family run Adult Gaming Centres qualify for Business Grants in Wales

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4.2

P-05-991 Make available a sticker stating you live in Wales

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4.3

P-05-993 Make retail in Wales fully accessible to disabled people

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The following two items will be considered together (4.4 and 4.5):

4.4

P-05-998 Wearing of face masks/coverings to be mandatory in shops

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4.5

P-05-1005 Make sure face masks in shops do not become compulsory

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4.6

P-05-999 Implement a minimum of 1 metre social distancing in all Primary Schools in September 2020

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5.

New Covid-19 petitions that are already resolved

5.1

P-05-994 Permit the reopening of church buildings, etc. for communal worship

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5.2

P-05-1004 Allow Dance Schools in Wales to re-open their indoor classes with immediate effect

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5.3

P-05-1019 Award teacher predicted grades to all Welsh students for examination 2020

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6.

Other new petitions

6.1

P-05-974 Ensure the technology of prosthetic limbs provided within the Welsh NHS is equal to the rest of the UK

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6.2

P-05-992 We call on the Welsh Government to create a common body of knowledge about Welsh history that all pupils will learn

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6.3

P-05-1000 Make it compulsory for Black and POC UK histories to be taught in the Welsh education curriculum

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6.4

P-05-996 To call on the Welsh Government not to remove, damage or destroy any historical symbols in Wales

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The following two items will be considered together (6.5 and 6.6):

6.5

P-05-1001 Hold an independent inquiry into the choice of site for the proposed new Velindre Cancer Centre

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6.6

P-05-1018 Support for the current proposed plans to build a new Velindre Cancer Centre, Cardiff, in any future inquiry

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6.7

P-05-1002 Apply stamp duty holiday to all house purchases in Wales

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6.8

P-05-1003 Demand an EIA now on the dumping of radioactively contaminated mud in Welsh waters

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7.

Updates to previous Covid-19 petitions

7.1

P-05-962 An emergency amendment to extend age of entitlement to additional educational support from 25 to 26 and to define within Government guidance the Covid 19 pandemic as an exceptional circumstance

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7.2

P-05-967 Welsh Government to amend its NDR relief policy to help keep Debenhams stores open in Wales

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7.3

P-05-970 Ask the Senedd to reconsider their decision not to support Zoos & Aquariums with emergency funding

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The following two items will be considered together (7.4 and 7.5):

7.4

P-05-981 Allow gyms and leisure centres to reopen

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7.5

P-05-986 Allow small gyms and personal training spaces to open sooner during COVID restrictions

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7.6

P-05-979 Adopt the policies of UK government with regard to easing of lockdown rules

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7.7

P-05-983 Give grant aid to Bed and Breakfast businesses in Wales that pay council tax and not business rates

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7.8

P-05-984 Stop discriminatory remote consultations for incinerator applications during the Covid-19 Pandemic

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7.9

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

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7.10

P-05-988 Give key worker children equal access to their schools and teachers

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