Wednesday, 23 July, 2014

Welsh Conservatives will today launch innovative proposals for the sustainability of the red meat industry in Wales.

Wednesday, 30 July, 2014

The Welsh Labour government has missed its‘immediately life threatening’ ambulance response time target again, with performance in June worse than May.

Wednesday, 30 July, 2014

Taxpayers have seen their financial contribution towards lunches for Welsh Labour Ministers and their staff rise by an eye-watering 61% since 2010, according to figures uncovered by the Welsh Conservatives.

Friday, 25 July, 2014

Responding to the recommendation of the Welsh Government’s independent advisory panel on substance misuse that minimum pricing per unit of alcohol should be introduced in Wales, Darren Millar AM, Shadow Minister for Health and Social Services, said:

Thursday, 24 July, 2014

South Wales Central AM and Leader of the Welsh Conservatives, Andrew RT Davies, recently visited Dinas Powys as the Wales Bowls team ramped up their preparations for the Commonwealth Games.

Thursday, 24 July, 2014

Monthly figures for June 2014, published today, show a sharp rise of 22.5% in delayed transfers of care in Welsh hospitals.

Wednesday, 23 July, 2014

Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Sport, Mohammad Asghar AM, has added his best wishes to Team Wales, as the Commonwealth Games begin in Glasgow:

Wednesday, 16 July, 2014

Commenting on the Welsh Government’s decision to adopt the ‘black route’ when moving ahead with M4 relief – Welsh Conservative Minister for Transport, Byron Davies AM, said:

 

 

 

“A long time coming, today’s announcement at least shows progress and willing – finally."

Wednesday, 16 July, 2014

Welsh Conservatives have called on Labour ministers to ‘finally’ act on Ann Clwyd’s worrying NHS concerns.

 

 

 

The senior Labour MP – who has undertaken an investigation into NHS complaints and raised worries over standards of care within the health service – today again suggested her support for a Keogh-style inquiry in Wales.

Wednesday, 16 July, 2014

Commenting on the publication of Professor Stephen Palmer’s review of the use of risk adjusted mortality data in NHS Wales – which concludes, in the Health Minister’s words, that RAMI is ‘not a meaningful measure of quality’ – Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Health, Darren Millar AM, said:

“Last year Labour Ministers were telling us that hospital death rates were smoke alarms in the Welsh NHS to alert us to potential problems."