First Minister Carwyn Jones is in north Wales today to open a new hangar at Hawarden Airport.Read the full story ›
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors says it's essential the UK Government and industry work together to get the best deal for WalesRead the full story ›
Plaid Cymru demands an urgent Senedd debate and Labour launches a consultation on the UK's future as the process of leaving the EU begins.Read the full story ›
The Prime Minister signs a £1.3 billion Swansea City Deal between the UK Government, local authorities and the Welsh Government.Read the full story ›
The deal is expected to create 9,000 jobs and paves the way for major infrastructure investment in the Swansea City Bay regionRead the full story ›
Government minister, Guto Bebb, says party should apologise for breaking manifesto promise not to raise National Insurance contributions.Read the full story ›
ITV's consumer champion says there are easy ways to boost our personal finances, regardless of what has come out of today's Budget.Read the full story ›
The Welsh Government says if it matched the Chancellor's business rates relief scheme for England, businesses in Wales would lose out.Read the full story ›
Chancellor Philip Hammond has unveiled his first Budget - but how will it affect people and businesses here in Wales?Read the full story ›
There's been instant pressure from Welsh Conservative MPs for the Welsh Government to do more about business rate relief.
£200m extra for Welsh Assembly. No excuse for not doing something about business rate rises in Wales.
But the Welsh Government is expected to argue that they have already committed the money they'll receive as a result of the business rate measures announced for England today.
Re: business rates, Welsh Govt source tells me extra money from English scheme =c.£21m; Welsh Govt has already announced its own £20m scheme
Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford is pointing out that it's up to the Welsh Government to decide how any extra money is spent.
Still no clarity on the £3.5bn UK spending cuts still hanging over us – could wipe out £175m from the Welsh budget #SpringBudget
The Treasury has now released the detailed report, know as the Red Book, which supports todays Budget speech. It reveals that the Welsh Government is expected to get £15 billion from the Treasury 2017/18. That's £200 million more than was planned for the same financial year in George Osborne's last Budget.