Local News

Friday, 27 March, 2015

As the Welsh Labour government publishes its ‘Child Poverty Strategy 2015’, Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Communities, Mark Isherwood AM, has called for results and far more action to deal with the problem.

Thursday, 26 March, 2015

Andrew RT Davies talks the NHS in North Wales.

Thursday, 26 March, 2015

Welsh Government figures released today confirm an average Band D council tax rise of 4.1 per cent across Wales for 2015/16.

Wednesday, 25 March, 2015

Information and transparency around the Welsh Labour Government’s film and TV funding should be boosted and regular updates provided on the work of its ‘creative industries sector panel’.

Tuesday, 24 March, 2015

Commenting on the publication of today’s Welsh Labour government ‘Dairy Review’, Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Agriculture and Rural Affairs Russell George AM, said:


“Welsh Conservatives have repeatedly highlighted the very real danger that our dairy farmers are currently dealing with and Labour’s review of the current system is welcome."

Monday, 23 March, 2015

Labour’s Shadow Welsh Secretary has admitted that the Welsh Labour Government deliberately ‘rations’ cancer medicines.

Friday, 20 March, 2015

Welsh Conservatives have called for lessons to be learned from a critical report on the Welsh economy, produced for the Institute of Welsh Affairs.

Thursday, 19 March, 2015

From a hugely welcome Severn Bridge toll cut to much-needed support for the air ambulance.



From the massive potential of the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon to the huge possibilities of a new Cardiff ‘city deal’.






Wednesday, 18 March, 2015

Responding to the Chancellor’s Budget statement this afternoon, Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Finance, Nick Ramsay AM, said:




“Continued economic growth, more job creation and more community support - this is a Budget for Wales and a Budget that will benefit homes right across our country."

Wednesday, 18 March, 2015

The number of people treated for cancer within the target time, via an ‘urgent’ NHS appointment in Wales, has significantly worsened this year.


Figures published today – for January – show a five per cent drop on December, from 87 to 82 per cent.