Commenting on confirmation of a ten million pounds Welsh Government loan for Cardiff Airport – following its initial nationalisation for 52 million earlier this year – Shadow Minister for Transport Byron Davies AM, said:
“This loan raises serious questions for Carwyn Jones and Welsh Labour."
A one hundred thousand pounds Welsh Government bill for potted plants has been greeted with disbelief by Welsh Conservatives.
Commenting on the Labour Health Minister’s confirmation – to the BBC -that downgrading A&E services will be considered as an option at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Glan Clwyd and Wrexham Maelor Hospitals, Shadow Minister for Health Darren Millar AM, said:
“Labour Minister must come clean on any plans for downgrading emergency departments in North Wales."
Commenting on the publication of today’s regional ‘gross value added’statistics, which show Wales is still bottom of the UK in terms of value of goods and services, Shadow Minister for Business Nick Ramsay AM, said:
“14 years of Labour – and, on GVA, Wales remains the poorest part of the UK. These figures are an appalling reflection of successive Labour-led governments."
The Leader of the Welsh Conservatives has labelled 2013 an extremely unlucky year for health, education and the economy.
The Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Environment has called for a strong government response to recent flooding in North Wales.
Welsh Conservatives have slammed today’s claims by the First Minister that Cardiff Airport will never be entirely sold off by the Welsh Government.
Commenting on figures obtained by the BBC, which reveal Wales has the longest ambulance waits outside A and E – with one case involving a six-hour delay – Shadow Minister for Health Darren Millar AM said:
“No-one should have to wait this long in the back of an ambulance and urgent action is needed to improve the situation.
As Carwyn Jones celebrates four years in his current job, Welsh Conservatives have strongly condemned his performance on education, health and the economy.
Controversial Welsh Government proposals to consider extending access to the countryside in Wales are not being given enough coverage say Welsh Conservatives.
The Welsh Government announced a review of existing legislation governing access to the countryside over the summer with a consultation due to be launched in December 2013.