Labour’s new economic plan an ‘admission of failure’

Plans for an ‘economic contract’ to change the way Welsh Government offers financial support to businesses have now been announced. However, Welsh Conservatives have described the £50m fund as an “admission of failure”.

Wages rise faster than prices in Cardiff West

New figures show that more people are in work than ever before, with 1,453,858 people in work in Wales – an increase of 116,858 more people in work since 2010. 

Andrew RT Davies' speech to Welsh Conservative Conference

Just over 12 months ago – when we last gathered for our annual conference – we were gearing up towards the local government elections.

We went into those elections with optimism – looking to make gains across Wales.

Heathrow expansion can leave a world-class construction legacy for Wales

Alun Cairns issues clarion call to Wales’ business community as Welsh leg of search for airport logistics hub sites begins
Six sites across Wales in the running to play a key part in delivery of proposed third runway construction, bringing jobs and economic boost to Wales