The Welsh Government has today announced that it will not be submitting a formal bid for Wales to host the 2026 Commonwealth Games.
Responding to calls by business leaders for a Brexit taskforce, Welsh Conservative leader – Andrew RT Davies – has called for the “next steps” to be taken in a spirit of conciliation.
New figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) for the three months up to May 2016 reveal a 5% fall in spend by overseas visitors to the UK.
Staffing levels at the Welsh Government’s Rural Payments Team have been cut by 26% in recent years, contributing to issues in the delivery of Basic Payments for Welsh farmers.
The Welsh Government must do more to ensure rural Wales reaps the benefits of an increasing trend of last minute and short-term bookings within the tourism sector.
Prime Minister Theresa May and Andrew RT Davies AM met today at the National Assembly for Wales, with the Welsh Conservative leader stating that Ms May is a “fantastic advocate and champion” for Wales.
As the Royal Welsh Show gets underway, Welsh Conservatives will today outline a series of steps the Welsh Government should take to boost rural Wales.
The Leader of the Welsh Conservatives, Andrew RT Davies, has accused the First Minister of “narrow tribalism”, and warned of a void at the heart of Welsh Government as Assembly Members enter summer recess.
Leader of the Welsh Conservatives, Andrew RT Davies, said:
The number of patients waiting more than 36 weeks to start treatment rose marginally last month, with 4.5% (19,446) of all patient pathways failing to meet the Welsh Government’s target.