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Conservative deputy presiding officer John Scott spent nearly PS300 on tea, conservative deputy presiding officer John Scott Spent nearly PS300 on tea, coffee and biscuits.
The unconditional surrender of German forces in May 1945 The Deputy Presiding Officer will then attend a service of thanksgiving at Llandaff Cathedral.
Deputy Presiding Officer David Melding, First Minister Carwyn Jones and president of |the Consular Assocation in Wales Raj Aggarwal
The riders and supporters were met on the steps of the Senedd by deputy presiding officer David Melding.
However, he eventually vetoed the change, suggested by AM David Melding - now the Senedd's Deputy Presiding Officer - saying it was nonsense.
It's hard to avoid the conclusion that the whole project was just a vehicle for the ego of one man - sandal-wearing, bridge-playing former Deputy Presiding Officer John Marek.
Mrs Godman, Labour MSP for West Renfrewshire and the Scottish Parliament's deputy presiding officer, said: "We have not seen or heard of Cara Katrina for over 18 months.
They had been told to vote for just one nominee for Deputy Presiding Officer - but four put down two crosses.
Godman, parliament's deputy presiding officer, has helped toward her son's pounds 108,000 bail.
From left, Deputy Presiding Officer David Melding, First Minister Carwyn Jones, and president of the Consular Assocation in Wales Raj Aggarwal <B
The traditional two minutes' silence will be led by Presiding Officer, Rosemary Butler AM, Deputy Presiding Officer David Melding AM, and Mr Peter Wilson, The Royal British Legion's District Chairman for South East Wales.
That's the view of Deputy Presiding Officer David Melding in a major new book published today.
Acting group leader Paul Davies gave shadow posts to each of his AMs, except David Melding, elected deputy presiding officer.
Labour MSP and Holyrood's deputy presiding officer Trish Godman struck a deal to claim overnight accommodation costs for a flat she was already renting.
Four of our esteemed elected representatives didn't quite understand the voting procedure for deputy presiding officer yesterday - and voted for two candidates instead of one.
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