Welsh Labour AM for Mid & West Wales

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Local AM praises Aberystwyth children’s champion

A local Assembly Member has praised a young fundraiser from Aberystwyth for standing up for children and families. Joyce Watson AM, Mid and West Wales, met Theo Delahaye at a…

Joyce calls out Tory Welsh funding hypocrisy

A Labour Assembly member has called out Tory Welsh funding hypocrisy. At Senedd question time on Wednesday (22 Jan), Welsh Conservative leader and Preseli Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies challenged the…

Joyce speaks out to ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses in Wales

A local AM has supported a new law to ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses in Wales. Joyce Watson AM spoke out during a Senedd debate on the Wild…

Local AM raises post-Brexit carer recruitment concerns

A local Assembly Member raised concerns about NHS services in the Hywel Dda area. Speaking in the Senedd, Joyce Watson AM spoke up for patients who have had operations cancelled,…

Mach marchers call for end to domestic abuse (Cambrian News)

More than 50 people marched through Machynlleth calling for an end to domestic violence. As part of the White Ribbon campaign, the march through Machynlleth took place on Saturday, 23…

White Ribbon event 11 am Sunday 24 November, Castle Square, Haverfordwest

Stand together against domestic violence White Ribbon event 11 am Sunday 24 November, Castle Square, Haverfordwest

White Ribbon walk 10 am – 12 noon Saturday 23 November, St Peter’s Church, Machynlleth

Stand together against domestic violence White Ribbon walk 10 am – 12 noon Saturday 23 November, St Peter’s Church, Machynlleth

Dog Breeding in Wales – Government will look ‘very carefully’ at staff-to-dog ratio, says minister

The number of dogs that kennel staff are allowed to look after in Wales should be reduced, Assembly member Joyce Watson has argued.

‘Politically Speaking’ column for the County Times

November is always a busy month for my office as I am involved in events to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on the 25th.

Joyce questions First Minister over ‘landmark’ justice report

Seven out of 12 Mid and West Wales courts closed since 2012 UK government cuts to legal aid have hit Wales harder than England and restricted access to justice, Joyce…