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Davies welcomes incinerator announcement

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has welcomed the Welsh Government’s announcement that it intends to insist an Environmental Impact Assessment be carried out on the controversial incinerator at Barry Docks.

 

Welsh Government must act over education shortfall

Action must be taken to address a significant shortfall of education funding in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

The average amount spent per pupil this year in the Vale is 5,022 – 606 below the average for Wales.

 

Calls for Council to rethink taxi decision

Cardiff Council should reconsider its decision to end the popular city centre taxi marshalling service – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

Warm tributes to Marie Curie chair

South Wales Central AM has paid tribute to Marie Curie Wales Advisory Board chairman Gareth Williams – on the news he is standing down from the role.

 

Apprenticeship Levy claims "a misrepresentation"

Claims that the proposed 7 percent increase to the police precept in South Wales are necessary to cover the costs of the Apprenticeship Levy amount to “a misrepresentation”, South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

Davies joins forces with Autism Directory

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has joined forces with local charity The Autism Directory to improve employment opportunities for autism sufferers across South Wales.

 

AM seeks clarification over service changes

The decision to centralise services for certain types of chest surgery in South Wales will have implications for local patients, South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

Davies pays tribute to outgoing NFU president

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has paid tribute to outgoing NFU Cymru President Stephen James – who is stepping down from the role after completing his four year term.