The prime minister has been criticised for announcing plans to provide a council tax rebate to families hit by flooding without clarifying that the rebates would be available in England only.
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A majority of Welsh Assembly members would like to see an increase in their numbers to cope with the ever increasing workload.
The First Minister of Wales has declared that the tax varying powers being offered to the Welsh government are “pretty much useless”.
Doctors’ leaders have welcomed changes being made to GP contracts in Wales which will reduce bureaucracy and improve access for patients to GP surgeries.
The UK government is today expected to publish draft legislation that would pave the way for the Welsh Assembly and government to be given greater powers and freedoms to raise money.
A prominent Labour AMs has called for an increase in the number of members of the Welsh Assembly.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg today visited Wales to give their response to the Silk Commission into further Welsh devolution.
This week the Welsh finance minister Jane Hutt published a draft budget for 2014-15 which she described as ‘the most difficult since devolution’.
Welsh first minister Carwyn Jones has used his first press briefing following the Summer recess to launch a robust defence of the NHS in Wales.
Whitehall faces another headache over the HS2 project with calls from the Welsh Government to receive money it feels it is owed as a result of the project.