Rural charities are still waiting for the £500k promised back in August by the Welsh Labour Government to help those hit by the summer droughts, according to a Written Assembly Question received today by Andrew RT Davies.
Freedom of Information requests from the Welsh Conservatives have revealed local authorities in Wales ran a surplus of £10,065,347 in 2017/18 from parking charges and fines, 25% more than the previous year.
Welsh Conservative Leader Paul Davies AM used First Minister’s Questions today to ask the First Minister if he was proud that his government has seen Wales rank bottom of UK nations in PISA rankings on his watch, to which he responded “yes”.
In First Minister’s Questions, Welsh Conservative leader Paul Davies AM criticised Carwyn Jones’ government’s commitment to mental health services, calling their actions “more of the same” and “a complacent refusal to acknowledge serious problems in Wales”.
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