Commenting on reports that the Welsh Labour Government has reneged on its pledge to maintain a hardship fund for university students, Angela Burns AM, Shadow Minister for Education, said:
Commenting on the publication of GCSE results in Wales, Angela Burns AM, Shadow Minister for Education, said:
“I congratulate each and every student who has received their GCSE results and done themselves, their teachers and their families proud."
Welsh Conservatives have condemned new statistics revealing a big fall in the number of urgent cancer patients being treated within the target time.
A total of 98 Welsh Government websites –costing a total of almost 700 thousand pounds last year – has been questioned by Welsh Conservatives.
As new figures reveal a decline in high street footfall in Wales, Welsh Conservatives have called on Labour’s First Minister to respond to a joint letter signed by 70 leading Welsh businesses and chambers of commerce.
Welsh Conservatives have questioned why Labour’s Business Minister has not met with UK trade and investment colleagues a single time during the last two years.
Welsh Conservatives today reacted angrily to the news that another life-extending cancer drug may not be available to patients in Wales.
Another ‘inevitable’ rise in NHS waiting time delays has been published by the Labour Government.
Commenting on today’s publication of A Level results in Wales, Angela Burns AM, Shadow Minister for Education, said:
Weekly questions to the First Minister should be revamped and other Assembly proceedings reviewed and refreshed to significantly boost public engagement and restore faith in the system.
That’s the call from the Leader of the Welsh Conservatives, who wants a ‘refresh’ of current procedure following the loss of trust that followed the recent sacking of a Labour minister.