Baroness Wilcox of Newport

Shadow Spokesperson (Devolved Issues)

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Llafur Arglwydd

Aeth i mewn i'r Tŷ'r Arglwyddi ar 14 Hydref 2019

Swyddogaethau cyfredol

  • Shadow Spokesperson (Devolved Issues) (since 21 Chw 2023)
  • Shadow Spokesperson (Education) (since 18 Mai 2021)
  • Opposition Whip (Lords) (since 2 Maw 2020)

Swyddogaethau eraill yn y gorffennol

  • Shadow Spokesperson (Work and Pensions) (18 Mai 2021 to 20 Chw 2023)
  • Shadow Spokesperson (Wales) (18 Mai 2021 to 20 Chw 2023)
  • Shadow Spokesperson (Equalities and Women's Issues) (30 Med 2020 to 17 Mai 2021)

Ymddangosiadau diweddar

  • Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber 1 Jan 1970

    The case for stronger consultation and co-operation with the Welsh Government on energy policy – Baroness Wilcox of Newport. Oral questions
  • School Inspections: Funding - Question 17 Apr 2024

    Ofsted reports have seen a sevenfold increase in references to sexual assault since 2017. Mentions of safeguarding issues have doubled and mentions of sexual harassment have risen from zero to 106. How are the Government ensuring that the regulator is able to identify where safeguarding problems exist on a regular basis if further funding is constrained?
  • Independent Schools - Question 18 Mar 2024

    Over nine in 10 students study at state-funded schools. Teacher recruitment is in crisis, there is poor mental health support for pupils and school buildings are collapsing. If the Government will not support Labour’s pledge to end tax breaks for private schools, can the Minister tell the House how they intend to fund solving the multitude of problems facing the state school sector?

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