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Nationalists’ mixed messages on Silk

Welsh Conservative spokesman commenting on Plaid Cymru's mixed messages on the UK Government's response to the Silk Commission.  

Unemployment falls again in Aberconwy

Guto Bebb MP welcomed the latest unemployment figures for Aberconwy, published today which show a significant fall in the number of people claiming Job Seekers Allowance.

Washington Diwrnod 1

Ysgrifennaf hyn o lith tra mod i’n hedfan i Washington unwaith eto. Roeddwn yn ddigon ffodus i gael fy newis yn rhan o ddirprwyaeth o wyth, chwe AS a dau Arglwydd, i fynd am drafodaeth gydag Aelodau’r Gyngres, cynrychiolwyr Llywodraethwyr y Dalaith a Maer dinasoedd mawrion o’r UD.

Washington Day 1

I write this as I am flying to Washington once again.  I was fortunate enough to be selected to be part of an eight strong delegation, six MPs and two Peers, to attend talks with Members of Congress and representatives of State Governors and the Mayors of substantial cities in the US. 

Labour silent on land sales scandal

Labour’s First Minister today failed to provide details of any lessons learnt by the Welsh Government following the news of the closing of the Regeneration Investment Fund for Wales.

8 minute ambulance target missed again

Carwyn Jones’ Labour Government today missed its ambulance response time target of 65% of ambulances responding to an immediately life threatening call within eight minutes.

Labour Council facing ‘Armageddon’ bungs top bureaucrats £631,000

It has emerged that Labour-run Rhondda Cynon Taff Council, which last week claimed it was facing financial ‘Armageddon’ following cuts of 3.3% to its budget, spent over £3million on redundancy payments to staff last year, including £631,000 to five top executives.