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NHS watchdog concerns must be investigated

Commenting on criticism of Cardiff and Vale Health Board’s GP out-of-hours care – made to the BBC by the local community health council - in which the service is labelled ‘diabolical’ and calls are made for an overhaul, South Wales Central Assembly Member and Leader of the Welsh Conservatives, Andrew RT Davies AM, said: "Criticism of Carwyn Jones and Welsh Labour’s handling of the NHS gets no worse than this."

Hotpoint site purchase: Labour must 'provide evidence'

Commenting on the Welsh Government’s planned deal to buy the Denbighshire site of a former Hotpoint factory, Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Business William Graham AM, said: "Labour ministers need to explain this purchase and provide the evidence that has prompted their decision. Taxpayers now own this site and deserve a clear-cut guarantee of swift success."

Speech: We're Better Together

Welsh Conservative Deputy Leader and Assembly Member for Preseli Pembrokeshire, Paul Davies, explains why we're 'Better Together' at the Party's Llangollen Conference.