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Urgent meeting sought with Chancellor
People buying homes in Wales for less than £225,000 will pay no tax, under new measures announced by the Finance Minister.
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans and Plaid Cymru Designated Member Cefin Campbell visited tourist sites in Portmeirion and Penygroes today to discuss proposals to give local authorities the powers to introduce a visitor levy.
Rebecca Evans, the Minister for Finance and Local Government in the Welsh Government, has said the UK Government will ‘embed unfairness’ by failing to provide enough support to lower income households in the cost of living crisis.
The Welsh Government has launched a public consultation today on proposals to give local authorities the powers to introduce a visitor levy.
Rebecca Evans MS, Minister for Finance and Local Government in the Welsh Government, alongside her counterparts Kate Forbes MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Finance and the Economy, in the Scottish Government and Conor Murphy MLA, Minister of Finance in the Northern Ireland Executive, have jointly written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer Nadim Zahawi MP.
First full-year National Survey results since the pandemic show increased sense of community in Wales
People in Wales feel a greater sense of community and an increased satisfaction with the work of the Welsh Government, according to the latest results from the National Survey published today.
Council tax in Wales is set to be made fairer under new plans put forward by the Welsh Government.
The Welsh Government has outlined its approach to gender budgeting, with pilots and research helping to create a gender equal Wales.
Finance Ministers across the UK met in Cardiff today, with how to support people and businesses with soaring bills dominating discussion.
Finance and Local Government Minister Rebecca Evans visited a workshop in Merthyr today to see carbon neutral plastic trombones being assembled for Wales’s 7yr olds.
Minister for Finance and Local Government Rebecca Evans has today announced the appointment of Dianne Bevan as member of the Local Democracy and Boundary Commission for Wales.