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    Wales’ protected landscapes to benefit from £500m power lines project

    January 26th, 2015 | Feature | Joyce Watson AM | No Comments

    Joyce Watson AM has said Wales must receive a “fair share” of a half-a-billion pound fund to reduce the visual impact of power lines. Energy regulator Ofgem has allocated £500 million to the six-year Visual Impact Provision Project (VIP). Led by National Grid, it will carry out work to help reduce the view-spoiling impact of […]

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    Regional Policy Forum, Crundale Village

    January 20th, 2015 | Blog, Feature | Joyce Watson AM | No Comments

    On Friday (16.01.15) I was invited to speak at the Regional Policy Forum in Crundale Village Hall on the subject of Women and Equalities. I addressed the meeting that was attended by about 100 women from across Pembrokeshire and talked about the Welsh Assembly’s approach to address this and the work that I have been […]

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    Powys County Times column

    January 16th, 2015 | Blog, Feature, Media | Joyce Watson AM | No Comments

    Politics, like most things, has its own cycle of events that come back around. Just as the New Year brought with it the usual flood, wind and snow disruption, it also heralded a warming up of political campaigning, ahead of the General Election in May. Five months is a long time in politics, as Harold […]

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    Domestic abuse – Gibraltar looks to Wales

    December 11th, 2014 | Feature | Joyce Watson AM | No Comments

    Domestic abuse – Gibraltar looks to Wales A member of the Gibraltar government was in Cardiff recently (18 November) to learn how Wales is challenging domestic abuse. The fact-finding visit was organised by Assembly Member Joyce Watson. The Labour Mid and West AM is Chair of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) in Wales. She invited […]

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