Andrew RT Davies has today (March 31) blasted the Welsh Labour Government’s approach to the agricultural sector in Wales, and said the administration has a “… blind spot when it comes to rural communities”.
While families of pupils in England eligible for free school meals will now receive vouchers worth £15 to spend in supermarkets on food, the Welsh Labour administration is again playing catch up with the Westminster.
Dr Frank Atherton, Wales’ Chief Medical Officer, today (March 30)told the BBC that “...There is enough PPE (personal protective equipment) in Wales for the current demand”, but the Shadow Health Minister was not reassured by this statement.
The Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Communities, Mark Isherwood AM, has today (March 30) added his voice to calls for more support for people experiencing domestic abuse – especially during the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
Paul Davies AM, the Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the Welsh Conservative Assembly Group, has welcomed the announcement today (March 30) from the First Minister to redirect funds to tackle Covid-19 (Coronavirus) – but said that more needs to be done.
Welsh Conservative Shadow Health Minister, Angela Burns AM, is severely concerned that Wales is dramatically falling behind testing of Covid19 as the contract, which was due to increase testing to 6,000 tests per day, has collapsed.
In a letter to the Health Minister, Janet Finch-Saunders AM – the Shadow Minister for Social Care – has called on the Welsh Government to prioritise the supply and distribution of personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect social care employees.
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