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Drakeford government

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Drakeford government
Flag of Wales (1959–present).svg

10th Devolved Government of Wales
2018–present
Mark Drakeford - National Assembly for Wales.jpg
Date formed13 December 2018
People and organisations
MonarchElizabeth II
First MinisterMark Drakeford
First Minister's history2018–present
Member parties
  •   Labour (29)
  •   Liberal Democrats (1)
  •   Independent (1)
Status in legislatureMajority (coalition)
31 / 60 (52%)
Opposition cabinetThird Shadow Cabinet of Andrew R. T. Davies
Opposition party
Opposition leaderPaul Davies (2018–2021)
Andrew R. T. Davies (2021-Present)
History
Legislature term(s)5th National Assembly
PredecessorThird Jones government

The Drakeford government is a Labour-led government formed after the resignation of Carwyn Jones as First Minister of Wales on 12 December 2018, and the subsequent appointment of Mark Drakeford in his place.[1] The government is also supported by the sole Welsh Liberal Democrat MS Kirsty Williams and the independent MS Dafydd Elis-Thomas.[2]

Between May 2016 and December 2018 the senior tier of ministers were referred to as Cabinet Secretaries and the junior tier as Ministers, from the formation of this government they reverted to their previous titles of Cabinet Ministers and Deputy Ministers respectively.

Appointment

2018 Nomination of First Minister
Date: 12 December 2018
Candidate Votes
Mark Drakeford
(Labour)
30 / 56
Paul Davies
(Conservative)
12 / 56
Adam Price
(Plaid Cymru)
9 / 56
Abstentions
5 / 56
Source: National Assembly[3]

Cabinet

Portfolio Name Constituency Party Term
First Minister
Mark Drakeford - National Assembly for Wales.jpg
Mark Drakeford MS Cardiff West Labour 2018–
Minister for Finance
Trefnydd (House Leader)
Rebecca Evans AM (27555062324).jpg
Rebecca Evans MS Gower Labour 2018–
Minister for Health and Social Services
Vaughan Gething 2016.jpg
Vaughan Gething MS Cardiff South and Penarth Labour 2016–
Minister for International Relations and the Welsh Language
Eluned Morgan AM (28136582086).jpg
The Baroness Morgan of Ely MS Mid & West Wales Labour 2018–
Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales
Ken Skates 2016.jpg
Ken Skates MS Clwyd South Labour 2016–
Minister for Housing and Local Government
Julie James - National Assembly for Wales.jpg
Julie James MS Swansea West Labour 2018–
Minister for Education
Kirsty Williams AM (28092338171).jpg
Kirsty Williams MS Brecon and Radnorshire Liberal Democrat 2016–
Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs
Lesley Griffiths AM (28170808445).jpg
Lesley Griffiths MS Wrexham Labour 2016–
Minister for European Transition
Counsel General for Wales
Jeremy Miles AM (28170809995).jpg
Jeremy Miles MS Neath Labour 2018–

Deputy ministers

Portfolio Name Constituency Party Term
Deputy Minister & Chief Whip
Jane Hutt.jpg
Jane Hutt MS Vale of Glamorgan Labour 2018–
Deputy Minister for Health and Social Services
Julie Morgan AM (28066509352).jpg
Julie Morgan MS Cardiff North Labour 2018–
Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism
Dafydd Elis-Thomas 2011.jpg
The Lord Elis-Thomas MS Dwyfor Meirionnydd Independent 2017–
Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport
Lee Waters AM (28066509142).jpg
Lee Waters MS Llanelli Labour 2018–
Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government
Hannah Blythyn AM (27555185853).jpg
Hannah Blythyn MS Delyn Labour 2018–

See also

References

  1. ^ "Mark Drakeford is new Welsh first minister". 12 December 2018 – via www.bbc.co.uk.
  2. ^ "Cabinet members and ministers". GOV.WALES.
  3. ^ "Agenda for Plenary on Wednesday, 12 December 2018, 13.30". senedd.assembly.wales. 12 December 2018. Retrieved 17 February 2019.
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