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“Dangerously inflammatory” language on strikes

The Labour Leaders of the three largest councils in Wales have been accused of using “dangerously inflammatory” language, after expressing support for strikes over public sector pay.

 

RAMSAY: McDonnell's 'shopping list' would bankrupt the Welsh economy

Welsh Conservatives have criticised John McDonnell and his ‘shopping list’ of spending commitments in his speech to the Labour Party conference, stating they would ‘bankrupt’ the Welsh economy.

 

Addressing delegates in Brighton today, Labour’s Shadow Chancellor pledged to:

Labour's Brexit chaos continues...

Labour’s Brexit chaos continued over the weekend as its position unraveled once again, with Momentum members voting to ban any debate on the subject on the Conference stage and Welsh MPs demanding Jeremy Corbyn commits to staying in the single market and customs union.

 

Assembly to debate future of Welsh NHS patient watchdog

Assembly Members will today (20/09) debate the future of the Welsh NHS’ patient watchdog.

A Welsh Government White Paper – Services Fit For the Future – seeks to replace Wales’ seven Community Health Councils (CHCs) with a unified national body.