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More people than ever 'left stranded' on NHS waiting lists

More people than ever are now on an NHS waiting list in Wales. At the end of April, a total of 424,009 were waiting for their start of their treatment, compared to 220,000 when Carwyn Jones took up his role as Labour First Minister in 2009.

Stick to long-term economic plan

Welsh Conservatives today urged Assembly Members to commit to the UK Government’s long-term economic plan in a Senedd debate on the Queen’s speech.

No answers on conflict of interest probe

Wales’ First Minister Carwyn Jones today refused to comment on an apparent conflict of interest engulfing Labour’s Natural Resources Minister, over an application for a motor racing circuit in his constituency.

Call for a Welsh D-Day memorial

Consideration should be given to the creation of a memorial that reflects the sacrifices made by Welsh men and women on D-Day.

Rise in Welsh carbon emissions

Commenting on figures published today showing a rise of 5% in carbon emissions in Wales, the largest percentage rise of any UK nation, Russell George AM, Shadow Minister for Natural Resources, said: