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More MSs measures ‘tone deaf’ says Davies

More MSs measures ‘tone deaf’ says Davies

Ahead of a debate on the Special Purpose Committee on Senedd Reform report today, Andrew RT Davies said:  "While people across Wales are struggling with cost of living pressures, the plan to put 36 more Senedd Members in Cardiff Bay is completely tone deaf. ...

Davies raises Penarth branch closure concerns with NatWest bosses

Davies raises Penarth branch closure concerns with NatWest bosses

South Wales Central MS Andrew RT Davies has described the proposed closure of the NatWest branch in Penarth as a “bitter blow”.   Under plans announced recently, the branch is set to close in September.   Mr Davies said many local businesses and vulnerable...

Serving my community was an honour, says Davies

Serving my community was an honour, says Davies

Andrew RT Davies today reflects on his time as a councillor for Rhoose in the Vale of Glamorgan.  Davies was elected to the Vale of Glamorgan County Council for Rhoose in a by-election 2019, beating Labour and independent rivals and receiving more than 60% of the...

Davies welcomes Y Bont Faen reopening

Davies welcomes Y Bont Faen reopening

South Wales Central MS Andrew RT Davies has welcomed the news that Y Bont Faen Primary School will reopen to all pupils on 7th June.    The school was closed to pupils last week, following serious structural issues with the building’s roof.  ...

Davies: “Plan needed on garden waste collections”

Davies: “Plan needed on garden waste collections”

South Wales Central MS Andrew RT Davies has called on the Labour-run Vale of Glamorgan Council to bring forward a comprehensive plan to tackle disruption to garden waste collections.    The service has faced several problems in recent weeks, with collections...

Labour’s new curriculum going over budget

Labour’s new curriculum going over budget

An independent report has revealed the Labour Welsh Government’s new curriculum is set to cost more than predicted. Audit Wales said “direct expenditure may be at the high end of, or more than, the Welsh Government’s 2021 estimates”, adding “the curriculum was...

First Minister avoids questions about millions spent on festival space

First Minister avoids questions about millions spent on festival space

The Labour Welsh Government have spent £4.25million buying Gilestone Farm in the Brecon Beacons to host a music festival – but festival organisers have zero interest in moving there. During First Minister’s Questions today (24th May), when pressed in the Siambr, the...

Davies presses for Rhoose post office re-opening 

Davies presses for Rhoose post office re-opening 

South Wales Central MS Andrew RT Davies has raised concerns with Post Office bosses over the temporary closure of the Rhoose branch.     The closure means residents no longer have access to a post office in the village, with the nearest branch...