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Call for a National Military Museum

Welsh Conservatives will today call for a National Military Museum for Wales to showcase and help us understand the nation’s military heritage. In a wider debate, ahead of Armed Forces Day later this month, Welsh Conservatives will debate support for our military personnel and urge the Assembly, as well as the Welsh Government, to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War in 2014.

Senior Labour figures urge ‘Forget Wales’

 The First Minister was today asked why senior figures in his own party were ashamed to defend Labour’s record on the NHS in Wales.   The Leader of the Opposition, Andrew RT Davies AM, today challenged the First Minister over equity in the NHS after the Health Minister said that drugs available in other parts of the UK should be available to patients in Wales.

Welsh Conservative Programme for Government

On the day that the Welsh Labour Government makes a statement on its Programme for Government, the Welsh Conservatives have published an update to their alternative Programme for Government.

A Blueprint for Cardiff Airport

Welsh Conservatives will today set out plans to reimburse Welsh taxpayers for the £52million of their money that the Welsh Government spent buying Cardiff Airport.Welsh Conservatives will publish ‘A Blueprint for Cardiff Airport’, a document which sets out a vision for growth in passengers, routes and value, which will see taxpayers and the wider economy share in the proceeds.

Welcome news on immigration

Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Cardiff North, Cllr. Craig Williams, last night met with residents in Whitchurch to discuss the latest positive immigration figures.

A&E waiting time targets missed again

Commenting on the publication of the latest Accident & Emergency waiting time figures which show that the Welsh Government’s targets for the proportion of patients seen within four or eight hours have been missed again, Darren Millar AM, Shadow Minister for Health, said:

Ambulance response times must improve

Commenting on the publication of the latest ambulance response times showing that the Welsh Government’s target has been missed for the 11th consecutive month, Darren Millar AM, Shadow Minister for Health, said:

Quality of life in care homes review backed

Commenting on the news that the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales, Sarah Rochira, is to launch a review into the quality of life and care of older people in care homes in Wales, Darren Millar AM, Shadow Minister for Older People, said