Welsh Conservatives have welcomed a rise in passengers at Cardiff Airport but questioned Welsh government claims over the site’s ‘stronger position’.
September’s figures – not yet published by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) – reportedly show 150,477 people passed through the terminal in September, up 21 per cent on the previous year.
Welsh Conservatives have criticised Labour inaction on NHS delays, as new figures show more people than ever are waiting over nine months for treatment.
28,654 patients had been waiting over the maximum 36 weeks at the end of August, according to latest statistics published today (October 8th 2015).
Welsh Conservatives have reaffirmed their commitment to ensure a ‘modern foreign language’ is taught throughout Key Stage 2 in Welsh schools. It comes as the Welsh Labour government publishes Global Futures - a plan which it says will ‘improve and promote MFL in Wales’.
The Shadow Minister for Education, Angela Burns AM, has criticised the plan for not going far enough and questioned how it will result in realistic improvements.
Welsh Conservatives have welcomed a new ‘orthopaedic plan’ for Wales but branded it a ‘smokescreen’ for ever-increasing delays for treatment.
Welsh Conservative Leader, Andrew RT Davies AM, addresses 2015's Conservative Party Conference.
Secretary of State for Wales, Stephen Crabb MP, addresses 2015's Conservative Party Conference
Confusion reigns over Labour’s implementation of the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) in Wales and farmers are ‘mired in never-ending uncertainty’.
Welsh Conservatives today condemned Labour ministers for their lack of urgency in addressing failings at Glangwili Hospital’s labour ward.
The Shadow Minister for Health has raised concerns over a second Prestatyn GP surgery’s termination of its contract with Betsi Cadwaladr UHB.
Darren Millar has received confirmation that the Seabank surgery is due to end its General Medical Services contract next March. The practice serves 2,400 patients.
Welsh Conservatives have criticised delays to follow-up work surrounding the Tawel Fan scandal.
Further work on governance and assurance systems was promised by the Welsh Labour government in the days following the initial report’s publication.