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Open letter to Plaid leader on glaring nuclear disparity

The Leader of the Welsh Conservatives has written an open letter to Plaid Cymru’s leader asking for clarification on the huge disparities between her own stance on nuclear energy – her Anglesey candidate’s stance – and the implications for Plaid.

NHS Finances: Break-even claim is 'utter fiction'

The Shadow Minister for Health – Welsh Conservative Assembly Member Darren Millar – has labelled today’s claim that ‘all health boards have broken even’ as ‘utter fiction’.

Decision-making evidence must be published

Commenting on the ruling from the Information Commissioner that the Welsh Government must publish draft versions of The Case for Change report by Professor Marcus Longley, Darren Millar AM, Shadow Minister for Health, said: “I welcome this ruling. It drags the Welsh Government kicking and screaming towards greater transparency."

New Minister accused of prejudging his own consultation

The new Education Minister was today accused of prejudging his own consultation on the future of delivering education services after he abandoned considerations launched by his predecessor to directly fund schools.

Labour still failing to tackle poverty

Responding to the publication of the Welsh Labour Government’s Tackling Poverty Action Plan, Mark Isherwood AM, Shadow Minister for Communities and Housing, said: “Today we hear more warm words about tackling poverty from a Welsh Labour Government which has made little progress in meeting its anti-poverty commitments during almost a decade and a half in power."

Measles Epidemic: Public inquiry now needed

Commenting on confirmation that the measles epidemic in Swansea is officially over, Shadow Minister for Health, Darren Millar AM, said: “This is extremely welcome news that will be a huge relief for communities in and around Swansea – and across Wales."

Rural communities sidelined by Lazy Labour

Welsh Conservatives will today call on Labour Ministers to boost their support for rural communities across Wales and stop sidelining a ‘critically important’ part of the country.