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Ahead of the Chancellor’s Spring Budget [Wednesday 15 March], Wales’ Finance Minister has said the UK Government must maintain the £2,500 Energy Price Guarantee and take targeted, decisive action to ease the worsening financial challenges many people and businesses are experiencing as the cost-of-living crisis continues.
Minister encourages Pembrokeshire residents to make use of support available to keep warm and keep well
The Finance Minister visited the Old Chapel warm space in Tenby yesterday to hear more about how local government and the voluntary sector are working together to support residents struggling with the cost-of-living.
Rebecca Evans, the Welsh Government’s Finance Minister, has said protecting public services and the most vulnerable has been put front and centre of the Welsh Government’s Budget.
The Welsh Government’s Finance Minister has urged the Chief Secretary to the Treasury to use next month’s Spring budget to provide the necessary support to protect public services and respond to inflationary, pay and other cost pressures.
“We will ensure every pound invested makes the greatest positive impact.” – Finance Minister Rebecca Evans
Wales’ Draft Budget will be debated today [Tuesday 7th February] in the Senedd, as high inflation continues to stretch the finances of households, businesses and our public services across the country.
Minister visits new £6m site in Caerphilly which supplies PCs to football clubs, Esports arenas and the Welsh public sector
Finance Minister, Rebecca Evans, visited Centerprise International’s new £6m IT operations centre yesterday which will bring 70 new jobs to the area.
Councils across Wales will receive an increase in their funding next year.
The Welsh Government has published its new Budget to help protect public services and the most vulnerable in the face of a “perfect storm of financial pressures”.
The Welsh Government will publish its draft Budget later today, including funding to ensure social care workers continue to receive the real living wage.
All businesses in Wales will benefit from new rates support from the Welsh Government to help with the effects of rising costs.
Rebecca Evans, the Welsh Government’s Finance Minister, has said today’s Autumn Statement will mean people are paying more for less.
Speaking ahead of the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement tomorrow [Thursday 17 November], Wales’ Finance Minister has said the Chancellor must turn away from another round of damaging austerity.