Mohammad Asghar has this week, at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay, thrown his weight behind this year’s 10th anniversary WWF-Cymru Earth Hour celebrations, which includes a special ‘Message in a Bottle’ campaign, demonstrating the strength of feeling across Wales for climate change action.
Following his visit to Pill Pharmacy in Newport, where he experienced at first hand a robot dispenser, Shadow Skills Minister Mohammad Asghar was impressed at the way community pharmacy is embracing new technology and upskilling the workforce.
Mohammad Asghar, Assembly Member for South Wales East, has today been out and about with Welsh Ambulance Service to experience for himself the pressures faced by the service in providing support to the public.
Mohammad Asghar, Assembly Member for South Wales East, has pledged to ‘make every daffodil count’ during February and March and help Marie Curie Nurses provide care and support to people living with a terminal illness.
Responding to the announcement the Welsh Labour-Liberal Government has scrapped its £15m fund to help young people get to jobs and training after only 18 months, Welsh Conservative Shadow Secretary for Skills, Mohammad Asghar AM, has said: