Cwestiynau i Prif Weinidog Cymru

QNR – Senedd Cymru am ar 19 Mawrth 2024.

Danfonwch hysbysiad imi am ddadleuon fel hyn

Photo of Ken Skates Ken Skates Llafur

A wnaiff y Prif Weinidog ddatganiad am gefnogaeth a ddarparwyd gan Lywodraeth Cymru i ffoaduriaid o Wcráin ers i Rwsia ymosod ar eu gwlad?

Photo of Vaughan Gething Vaughan Gething Llafur

(Ddim wedi ei gyfieithu)

We are committed to being a nation of sanctuary and we aim to ensure that all people seeking sanctuary are welcomed from day one of their arrival. We are continuing to support Ukrainian guests, helping them move on into longer term accommodation and be supported in our communities.

Photo of Jenny Rathbone Jenny Rathbone Llafur

Beth yw asesiad y Prif Weinidog o effaith hirdymor prydau ysgol am ddim i'r holl blant mewn ysgolion cynradd?

Photo of Vaughan Gething Vaughan Gething Llafur

(Ddim wedi ei gyfieithu)

Universal primary free school meals has the potential to reduce health inequalities and help realise longer term benefits by instilling early in life healthy eating habits and attitudes that children will carry into adulthood. It will also play an important role in addressing child poverty and tackling child hunger.

Photo of Carolyn Thomas Carolyn Thomas Llafur

Sut mae Llywodraeth Cymru yn mynd i'r afael â chamwybodaeth am ei pholisïau?

Photo of Vaughan Gething Vaughan Gething Llafur

(Ddim wedi ei gyfieithu)

Misinformation is a growing threat to democracies across the world. The Welsh Government takes this seriously, as misinformation threatens to undermine the democratic process and erode people’s trust in our institutions. We take action to tackle misinformation, identifying areas where it is prevalent, and countering it through clear, positive communications approach.

Photo of Sam Rowlands Sam Rowlands Ceidwadwyr

Pa asesiad y mae'r Prif Weinidog wedi'i wneud o berfformiad Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Betsi Cadwaladr?

Photo of Vaughan Gething Vaughan Gething Llafur

(Ddim wedi ei gyfieithu)

The Minister for Health and Social Services has provided regular updates on progress the health board has made since being placed in special measures. Her written statement on 28 February set out improvements over the past 12 months, and expectations for the next phase of progress.