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NEW £1.2M EU PROJECT TO SUPPORT ETHNIC MINORITY AND MIGRANT COMMUNITIES

A £1.2m EU-backed project to improve the skills and job prospects of people from ethnic minority and migrant communities has been announced by Welsh Labour’s Finance Secretary, Mark Drakeford.

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PEOPLE AND BUSINESSES ASKED TO ENGAGE ON ECONOMIC PRIORITIES

Welsh Labour’s Economy and Infrastructure Secretary, Ken Skates is asking people for their views on the economic priorities needed to ensure a fairer, more prosperous and more secure Wales.

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WORK UNDERWAY TO SHAPE WALES’ FUTURE RELATIONSHIP WITH EUROPE

Welsh Labour’s First Minister Carwyn Jones has announced that he will establish an expert advisory group to ensure Wales secures the best possible outcome in forthcoming Brexit negotiations.

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Meet the Assembly Member: Jeremy Miles, Neath

Jeremy Miles was elected as Welsh Labour and Co-Op Assembly Member for Neath on May 5th 2016. In the latest in our series of interviews with new Assembly Members, we caught up with Jeremy to ask him a few questions. 

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FIRST MINISTER’S MESSAGE TO WALES TEAM: “POB LWC BOYS – WE COULDN’T BE PROUDER OF YOU”

Welsh Labour’s First Minister Carwyn Jones has wished the Wales team good luck ahead of their historic semi final match against Portugal.

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Statement by the First Minister: EU Referendum Cabinet Meeting

The Welsh Cabinet met today in order to agree our response to the EU referendum result, and the short, medium and long-term strategic actions arising from it.

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Public Enquiry Announced on M4 Project

A solution to congestion on the M4 has moved a step closer with Welsh Labour’s Economy and Infrastructure Secretary, Ken Skates announcing an independent Public Local Inquiry into the M4 Corridor around Newport project.

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New Figures Show Decline in Sight Impairments

New statistics on eye care show that the number of people newly certified with impaired vision in Wales has decreased over the last three years.

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Free Entry to Cadw Sites as Wales Makes History in the Euros

Welsh Labour’s Economy and Infrastructure Secretary, Ken Skates has confirmed that the Welsh Labour Government is opening the doors, free of charge, to all of its directly-managed Cadw sites on Sunday 26 June to mark Wales’ historic achievement at reaching the Final 16 in the European 2016 Football Championship.

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Cancer Survival Rates Continue to Improve in Wales

A rise in the number of people surviving cancer in Wales is something we should all be proud of, but improvement is still needed Welsh Labour’s Cabinet Secretary for Health, Vaughan Gething has said.

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