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City GP pressures must be tackled

The Welsh Government must take responsibility for the effects housing developments are having on GP provision in west Cardiff – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

Welsh Government challenged on education funding

The funding formula for education funding across Wales is a “quarter of a century out of date” and in urgent need of review – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

Vale restaurants pick up top gongs

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has congratulated the Vale of Glamorgan restaurants recognised at the Food Awards Wales 2018.

 

Local politicians unite in fight for fair funding

Politicians from across the Vale of Glamorgan have come together to call for the Welsh Government to provide local pupils with a fairer funding settlement.

 

The Vale currently receives the lowest funding per pupil in Wales – calculated by a system dating back to 1991.

 

Davies welcomes employment news

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has welcomed new employment figures that show the number of people in work is at a record high.

 

Since 2010 – the number of people claiming Job Seekers’ Allowance in the Vale has fallen by 1,572 – a reduction of 58%.

 

Potential routes for M4 link road unveiled

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has urged residents to make their views known – as potential routes for a new road linking the A48 and M4 in the Vale were unveiled.

 

Local brewery secures top contract

Backing local businesses is key to securing a successful economy in Cardiff, the Vale and RCT – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

Minister rejects calls to save village pub

Residents’ calls to give them the right to bid to save their local pub have been turned down by the Welsh Government.

 

Locals of Graig Penllyn near Cowbridge fear the village pub – The Barley Mow – is under threat – despite tenant Collins Brew working hard to make it a success.