Petitions Committee

17 July 2020

2.1
P-05-975 Reconsider second home council tax uplift while illegal to travel to second homes
2.2
P-05-976 Permit weddings of 5 people (registrar/couple/2 witnesses) during COVID 19 in Wales
2.3
P-05-977 Re-open full general dental services in Wales as has happened in England
2.4
P-05-978 Allow Zoos and Wildlife attractions to reopen with social distancing in place throughout Wales
2.5
P-05-979 Adopt the policies of UK government with regard to easing of lockdown rules
2.6
P-05-980 Extend grants immediately to small businesses outside of Small Business Rates Relief in Wales
2.7
P-05-981 Allow gyms and leisure centres to reopen
2.8
P-05-986 Allow small gyms and personal training spaces to open sooner during COVID restrictions
2.9
P-05-982 Re-open outdoor tennis courts and training in line with the rest of the UK and Europe
2.10
P-05-983 Give grant aid to Bed and Breakfast businesses in Wales that pay council tax and not business rates
2.11
P-05-984 Stop discriminatory remote consultations for incinerator applications during the Covid-19 Pandemic
2.12
P-05-985 Provide key-worker childcare equivalent to what was available prior to the Covid-19 pandemic
2.13
P-05-988 Give key worker children equal access to their schools and teachers
2.14
P-05-990 Open schools in September. Scrap blended learning
3.1
P-05-954 Petition for a public inquiry by the Welsh Government into the historic child abuse on Caldey Island
4.1
P-05-931 Sun cream in schools
4.2
P-05-958 Recent Decisions Regarding AS Grades 2020
4.3
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
4.4
P-05-906 Save Sam Davies Ward at Barry Hospital
4.5
P-05-914 Equal Access to Health Care for the Disabled
4.6
P-05-926 To Provide a Chronic Fatigue Department in Wales
4.7
P-05-960 Fund the funeral costs of all NHS staff who die from or with Covid-19
4.8
P-05-964 Extend covid-19 financial support and paid leave to vulnerable and pregnant NHS wales bank workers
4.9
P-05-934 Public Transport in Blaenau Gwent
4.10
P-05-955 Objection to proposal by Costain to implement Option B in the rerouting of the A465 at Brynmawr
4.11
P-05-968 Pay Coronavirus grants to all businesses eligible for Small Business Rate Relief same as rest of UK
4.12
P-05-973 Reopen barbers and hairdressers as long as they have strict social distancing measures in place

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