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“This Budget is designed to protect the core services we all rely on.”– Finance Minister Rebecca Evans
Wales’ Final Budget for 2024 to 2025 has been published today [Tuesday 27th February], as persistently high inflation continues to erode public finances and difficult choices are made to protect core services.
The NHS will benefit from £10m in additional capital funding to upgrade scanning equipment and digital infrastructure.
Wales’ Finance Minister Rebecca Evans has met the UK Government’s Chief Secretary to the Treasury, with the devastating job losses threatened at Tata and continued budgetary concerns at the fore of discussions. [Thursday 25 January]
Councils across Wales will receive an increase in their funding next year.
The NHS and frontline council-run services, including schools and social care, are at the heart of the 2024-25 draft Budget, Finance Minister Rebecca Evans said today [Tuesday 19 December].
The NHS and frontline council services, including schools and social care, will be at the heart of the Welsh Government’s 2024-25 draft Budget, which will be published later today [Tuesday 19 December].
“The Chancellor didn’t give us an Autumn Statement today - he gave us a laundry list of short-term pilot programmes, pet projects and more austerity,” Finance Minister Rebecca Evans said in response.
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans has today [Saturday 18 November] called on the UK Government to provide extra help to support vital public services and provide fair funding for Wales in the Autumn Statement.
The Welsh Government has launched a consultation today [Tuesday 14 November] seeking views on possible approaches to redesigning the council tax system to make it fairer.
The Welsh Government will today [Tuesday 14 November] publish a consultation on possible approaches to redesigning Wales’ council tax system.
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans has today [Tuesday 17 October] announced a package of financial measures to help protect Wales’ public services, NHS and transport.
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans will today address the Senedd to announce a package of financial measures which protect Wales’ public services, NHS and transport.