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Welsh Conservative Leader visits Montgomery brewery

Welsh Conservative Leader visits Montgomery brewery

Welsh Conservative Leader Andrew RT Davies visited Monty’s Brewery in Montgomery yesterday to meet with owners Russ and Pam Honeyman.   Mr Davies was given a tour of the brewery and sampled Monty’s exciting product range, including his personal favourite “Monty’s...

Davies welcomes back the Vale Show

Davies welcomes back the Vale Show

Andrew RT Davies this week welcomed back the Vale Show, as the show returned for the first time since the pandemic. Speaking at the show, Davies said: “The Vale Show is one of my favourite days in the calendar, and I know I speak for people across the Vale when I say...

Davies blasts Vale Labour’s stay-at-home, locked down democracy

Davies blasts Vale Labour’s stay-at-home, locked down democracy

Davies blasts Vale Labour’s stay-at-home, locked down democracy Andrew RT Davies has today criticised the Vale of Glamorgan Labour Group for refusing to move Council meetings to a hybrid format. In a full Council meeting last night, Labour voted down a motion calling...

Davies: Patients and staff in RCT ‘let down’ by Labour

Davies: Patients and staff in RCT ‘let down’ by Labour

Andrew RT Davies has said patients and staff under Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board and being ‘let down’ by the Labour Government in Cardiff Bay. His comments come as new NHS statistics show: Cwm Taf Morgannwg health board was the worst performing area in the nation...

Covid Passes not led by evidence admits Labour Health Minister

Covid Passes not led by evidence admits Labour Health Minister

In an answer to a written question, Labour’s Health Minister has admitted that there was no evidence that vaccine passports reduced transmission risk. Labour introduced the vaccine passports in October for 19 weeks and they were abolished at the end of February....

Davies: Vale school exclusions need to be tackled head on

Davies: Vale school exclusions need to be tackled head on

Andrew RT Davies has today called on the Vale of Glamorgan Council to get serious about tackling school exclusions, as temporary and permanent exclusions rise. A freedom of information request seen by Andrew RT Davies’ office revealed that, so far in 2022, more than...

Andrew RT Davies comments on concerning education report

Andrew RT Davies comments on concerning education report

Andrew RT Davies comment on concerning education report A new report has found that pupils from poorer backgrounds are, on average, nearly two years (22-23 months) behind their peers when they sit GCSEs. Commenting, Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies said:...

Andrew RT Davies’ asks of the new Prime Minister

Andrew RT Davies’ asks of the new Prime Minister

Andrew RT Davies has today set out his asks of the new Prime Minister, 'whoever that may be.' In short, Davies' asks are: Rail consequentials for Wales, spent by Network Rail. A commitment to no further devolution of powers to Cardiff Bay.Make St David's Day a...

Davies wishes retiring Senedd Chaplain well

Davies wishes retiring Senedd Chaplain well

Andrew RT Davies has today wished David Emery MBE of the Salvation Army well as David retires.  David, who lives in Penarth, was the first to deliver the Chaplaincy Service in the Senedd, which was established by an initiative of the Cross Party Group on Faith in...