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Welsh Grand Committee

Volume 474: debated on Monday 21 April 2008

To ask the Leader of the House how many times the Welsh Grand Committee has met in each Parliament since 1997; and what the (a) dates of, (b) venues of, (c) subjects debated at and (d) Ministers attending each meeting were. (199585)

The information is as follows:

Date

Venue

Subject

Ministers attending (excluding whips) (Wales Office unless indicated)

30 June 1997

Mold

Government’s programme for Wales

Ron Davies: Secretary of State

Peter Hain, Win Griffiths: Parliamentary Under-Secretaries

18 November 1997

Westminster

North Wales and Government proposal for Welsh Assembly

Ron Davies: Secretary of State

Peter Hain, Win Griffiths: Parliamentary Under-Secretaries

16 December 1997

Westminster

Government expenditure in Wales

Ron Davies: Secretary of State

Peter Hain, Win Griffiths: Parliamentary Under-Secretaries

5 May 1998

Carmarthen

Rural economy in Wales and questions

Ron Davies: Secretary of State

Peter Hain, Win Griffiths: Parliamentary Under-Secretaries

13 July 1998

Merthyr Tydfil

New economic agenda in Wales

Ron Davies: Secretary of State

Peter Hain, Win Griffiths: Parliamentary Under-Secretaries

16 December 1998

Westminster

Government expenditure in Wales, 1999-2000 to 2001-02

Alun Michael: Secretary of State

Peter Hain, Jon Owen Jones: Parliamentary Under-Secretaries

22 February 1999

Aberavon

Transport policy in Wales

Alun Michael: Secretary of State

Peter Hain, Jon Owen Jones: Parliamentary Under-Secretaries

14 December 1999

Westminster

Government’s legislative programme and the Chancellor’s pre-Budget report

Paul Murphy: Secretary of State

David Hanson: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

4 April 2000

Westminster

The Budget statement and its implications for Wales

Paul Murphy: Secretary of State

David Hanson: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

16 May 2000

Westminster

Welsh economy

Paul Murphy: Secretary of State

David Hanson: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

20 June 2000

Westminster

Social exclusion in Wales

Paul Murphy: Secretary of State

David Hanson: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

Alistair Darling: Secretary of State for Social Security

19 July 2000

Westminster

No subject specified

Paul Murphy: Secretary of State

David Hanson: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

11 December 2000

Westminster

The Government’s legislative programme as outlined in the Queen’s Speech and the Chancellor’s pre-Budget statement as they relate to Wales

Paul Murphy: Secretary of State

David Hanson: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

13 February 2001

Westminster

Building safer communities in Wales

Paul Murphy: Secretary of State

David Hanson: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

12 March 2001

County Hall, Cwmbran

The Budget statement and its implications for Wales

Paul Murphy: Secretary of State

David Hanson: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

Total meetings 1997-2001 Parliament: 15

3 July 2001

Westminster

The Government’s legislative programme, as outlined in the Queen’s Speech as it relates to Wales

Paul Murphy: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

28 November 2001

Westminster

Pre-Budget statement and its implications for Wales

Paul Murphy: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

24 April 2002

Westminster

The matter of the Budget statement and its implications for Wales

Paul Murphy: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

16 July 2002

Westminster

Draft National Health Service (Wales) Bill

Paul Murphy: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

21 November 2002

Westminster

The Government’s legislative programme as outlined in the Queen's Speech as it relates to Wales

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

5 December 2002

Westminster

Government’s pre-Budget report as it relates to Wales

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

24 June 2003

Westminster

The economy in Wales

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

15 July 2003

Westminster

Draft Public Audit (Wales) Bill

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

16 December 2003

Westminster

Matter of the Government’s legislative programme as outlined in the Queen’s Speech as it relates to Wales and public expenditure in Wales

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

24 March 2004

Westminster

Budget statement and its implications for Wales

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

6 July 2004

Westminster

Report of the Richard Commission

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

20 July 2004

Westminster

Draft Transport (Wales) Bill

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

7 December 2004

Westminster

Government’s legislative programme as outlined in the Queen’s Speech as it relates to Wales and public expenditure in Wales

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

Total meetings 2001-05 Parliament: 13

23 June 2005

Westminster

Government’s legislative programme as outlined in the Queen’s Speech as it relates to Wales

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Nick Ainger: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

19 April 2006

Westminster

The Budget statement and its implications for Wales

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Nick Ainger: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

Don Touhig: Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Defence

13 December 2006

Westminster

Government’s legislative programme as it relates to Wales and public expenditure in Wales

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Nick Ainger: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

12 December 2007

Westminster

Government’s legislative programme as it relates to Wales and public expenditure in Wales

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Huw Irranca-Davies: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

26 March 2008

Westminster

Budget statement and its implications for Wales

Peter Hain: Secretary of State

Huw Irranca-Davies: Parliamentary Under-Secretary

Total meetings 2005 Parliament to date: 5

Source:

Journal Office and Official Report of Welsh Grand Committee debates