In a barnstorming speech rapturously received by the Welsh Tory party faithful, Paul Davies AM/AC – the Leader of the Welsh Conservative Assembly Group – set out his vision for the first Welsh Conservative government.
During First Minister’s Questions today (March 3), Paul Davies AM/AC – the Leader of the Opposition – sought answers on how Coronavirus will be tackled in Wales, particularly in light of, as he put it, the “already stretched” primary care services.
The amount of bovine TB compensation paid to Welsh farmers has risen by an alarming 15 percent in just 12 months, and now stands at over £18.2 million, according to new figures uncovered by the Welsh Conservatives.
Public Health Wales has today (February 28) confirmed the first case of Coronavirus in Wales. The Chief Medical Officer, Dr Frank Atherton, said one patient had travelled back to Wales from northern Italy, where the virus was contracted.
Commenting on the announcement made today (February 28), that David Melding AM/AC will not be contesting the 2021 Welsh Parliamentary Election, Paul Davies – Leader of the Welsh Conservative Assembly Group – said: