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  • Rt. Hon. Mark Drakeford MS
  • Rebecca Evans MS
  • Jane Hutt MS
  • Julie James MS
  • Jeremy Miles MS
  • Eluned Morgan MS
  • Mick Antoniw MS
  • Hannah Blythyn MS
  • Dawn Bowden MS
  • Julie Morgan MS
  • Lee Waters MS


  • Vaughan Gething MS
  • Lesley Griffiths MS
  • Lynne Neagle MS


  • Andrew Goodall, Permanent Secretary
  • Des Clifford, Director Office of the First Minister
  • Will Whiteley, Head of Cabinet Division
  • Jane Runeckles, Special Adviser
  • Madeleine Brindley, Special Adviser
  • Alex Bevan, Special Adviser
  • Daniel Butler, Special Adviser
  • Ian Butler, Special Adviser
  • David Davies, Special Adviser
  • Kate Edmunds, Special Adviser
  • Sara Faye, Special Adviser
  • Sam Hadley, Special Adviser
  • Clare Jenkins, Special Adviser
  • Owen John, Special Adviser
  • Phillipa Marsden, Special Adviser
  • Mitch Theaker, Special Adviser
  • Tom Woodward, Special Adviser
  • Christopher W Morgan, Head of Cabinet Secretariat (minutes)
  • Damian Roche, Cabinet Secretariat
  • Catrin Sully, Cabinet Office
  • Tracey Burke, Director General Climate Change & Rural Affairs
  • Jo-Anne Daniels, Director General Education, Social Justice and Welsh Language
  • Reg Kilpatrick, Director General, COVID-19 recovery and Local Government
  • Tim Moss, Chief Operating Officer
  • Judith Paget, Director General Health and Social Services
  • Andrew Slade, Director General, Economy, Treasury and Constitution
  • Peter McDonald, Director Economic Infrastructure (item 3)
  • Robbie Thomas, Head of Bus Legislation (item 3)

Item 1: Minutes of the previous meetings

1.1 Cymeradwyodd y Cabinet gofnodion 14 a 18 Tachwedd / Cabinet approved the minutes of 14 and 18 November.

Item 2: Senedd business

2.1 Cabinet considered the Plenary Grid and noted that voting time was scheduled for 5:50pm on Tuesday and would be around 6:55pm on Wednesday.

Item 3: Update on bus legislation

3.1 The Deputy Minister for Climate Change introduced the paper, which asked Cabinet to note the outcome of the consultation on the Bus Bill and a progress report on the proposed legislation.

3.2 In March, the government published a White Paper, One Network, One Timetable, One Ticket to set out a vision for a future model for running bus services in Wales. The consultation feedback had been very positive, with 96% of respondents agreeing the need for change in how bus services were delivered, with 66% in favour of franchising and 75% agreeing with the Government’s proposed model.

3.3 Cabinet noted the paper.

Cabinet Secretariat
November 2022