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New data shows true scale of coal tip challenge as First Minister makes fresh funding call
New data showing the true extent of Wales’ coal tip challenge has been published today as the First Minister of Wales makes a fresh call for the UK Government to invest in coal tip safety and ‘help communities who have already given so much’.
Joint Communiqué of the Ireland-Wales Forum, 22 October 2021
An inaugural meeting of the Ireland-Wales Forum took place in Cardiff on 22 October 2021.
First Minister holds inaugural Ireland-Wales Ministerial Forum
The First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, will today host the first Ireland-Wales Forum to be held in Cardiff with Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney T.D.
Message from the First Minister: Support for EU settlement scheme in Wales
"Following my previous open letter to EU (and EEA and Swiss) citizens in Wales I wanted to take another opportunity to reiterate my message of support to those individuals who reside here in Wales and wish to continue to do so.
New plan to keep Wales open and safe during “challenging” winter ahead
The First Minister, Mark Drakeford, will today (Friday October 8) publish new plans to help keep Wales open and safe during the difficult autumn and winter months ahead.
Devolution of tax process is not fit for purpose – Finance Minister
Finance and Local Government Minister Rebecca Evans is calling on the UK Government to revise the process for agreeing devolved tax powers, following delays in getting powers for a vacant land tax.
Welsh Government confirms international travel changes and calls for PCR test retention
The Welsh Government has confirmed it will merge the green and amber travel lists into one and remove the requirement for pre-departure testing for those fully vaccinated.
Covid pass for events & nightclubs announced
People will have to show a NHS COVID Pass to enter nightclubs and attend events in Wales from next month, the First Minister announced today.
A statement jointly agreed by the Welsh Government and Plaid Cymru
As Wales prepares for a stronger future beyond the coronavirus pandemic; responds to the climate emergency, the ongoing consequences of leaving the European Union, and threats to devolution; it is more important than ever that political parties work together wherever they have common interests on behalf of people in Wales.