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Welsh Government “can’t ignore the reality of fewer applications for teachers’ training” | Ni all Llywodraeth Cymru anwybyddu realiti llai o geisiadani all Llywodraeth Cymru "anwybyddu realiti llai o geisiadau am hyfforddiant athrawon"

Commenting on news that the subject of second-language Welsh is being abolished in schools in Wales, Shadow Education and Welsh Language Minister Suzy Davies said: “Successive Ministers have grappled with how to make the idea of Dr Sioned Davies’ “Welsh language continuum” a reality so I am pleased to see some desire for progress today.
Wrth sôn am newyddion bod pwnc Cymraeg ail iaith yn cael ei ddiddymu mewn ysgolion yng Nghymru, dywedodd Gweinidog Cysgodol yr Iaith Gymraeg, Suzy Davies: "Mae Gweinidogion Olynol wedi llwyddo i wneud y syniad o "continwm Cymraeg" Dr Sioned Davies yn realiti felly rwy'n falch o weld rhywfaint o awydd am gynnydd heddiw.

Out & About: 14 - 20 January

Thursday 17th January: Suzy is meeting with businesses and traders in Gorseinon to find out their views on Swansea Council's proposals to begin charging for parking in the council run car park on the high street

Ford job concerns “first real test for new First Minister” | Pryderon swydd Ford "yn brawf cyntaf gwirioneddol i'r Prif Weinidog newydd"

Commenting on the news of fresh concerns about the future of jobs at Ford’s Bridgend plant, which also produces engines for Jaguar Land Rover, Suzy Davies, Welsh Conservative Assembly Member for South Wales West said: “A thousand job losses is staggering news, a real punch in the stomach to so many families who live and work in the area.
Wrth sôn am y newyddion am bryderon newydd am ddyfodol swyddi ym Mhrifysgol Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr, sydd hefyd yn cynhyrchu peiriannau ar gyfer Jaguar Land Rover, dywedodd Suzy Davies, Aelod Cynulliad Ceidwadwyr Cymreig dros Orllewin De Cymru: "Mae mil o golledion swyddi yn newyddion syfrdanol, dyrnu yn y stumog i gymaint o deuluoedd sy'n byw ac yn gweithio yn yr ardal.

Out & About: 7 - 13 January

Tuesday 8th January: Suzy is meeting with some charities to find out about their work in Wales and in her region of South Wales West

Fall in acceptances to Welsh universities “indicative of wider government failings” | Diffyg ceisiadau i brifysgolion Cymru "sy'n arwydd o fethiannau ehangach y llywodraeth"

The Welsh Conservatives have said fewer and fewer people are choosing to study in Wales because the Welsh Government are failing to make Wales an attractive place to work.
Mae Ceidwadwyr Cymreig wedi dweud bod llai a llai o bobl yn dewis astudio yng Nghymru oherwydd bod Llywodraeth Cymru yn methu â gwneud Cymru yn lle deniadol i weithio.