Tag: Welsh Government
People should be able to get on the property ladder without it depleting our social housing stock. We must ensure everybody has a decent place to live.
Carers Trust Wales is calling on political parties to listen to the voices of carers, after a survey revealed that around half “don't feel listened to” by politicians.
Plaid Cymru candidate Helen Mary Jones says the party would introduction of a "new Child Poverty Action Plan" to help end child poverty in Wales.
A Plaid Cymru government would abolish social care charges for the elderly and people with dementia, it has been announced today.
A new £20m fund to replace the axed Independent Living Fund (ILF) comes into operation for disabled people in Wales today.
Protesters are urging the Welsh Government to mitigate the effects of 'bedroom tax'.
A new £20m fund to support more than 1,600 severely disabled people in Wales, has been announced by the Welsh Government.
Plans to reduce inappropriate admissions of children to adult mental health wards have been published by the Welsh Government.
The Welsh Government has set out how a multi-million pound grant will be used to support the essential training of the social care workforce in Wales.
Minister for Communities and Tackling Poverty, Lesley Griffiths, has announced that the current level of Welsh government funding will be doubled from £1 million to £2 million.
Unite, the country’s largest union, is balloting its members over possible strike action in the autumn over the government’s ‘insulting’ pay offer
Welsh Liberal Democrats Press Release: Details have been announced today of the £50m care fund that was established due to the Welsh Liberal Democrats negotiations with the Welsh Government. The Intermediate Care Fund, set-up through the Welsh Government's negotiations with the Welsh Liberal Democrats and Plaid...