The annual survey of how much wealth is generated in different parts of the UK shows Wales behind every other nation and region.Read the full story ›
More than four in 10 families in Wales plan to borrow money to cover the costs of Christmas this year, according to a new a survey.Read the full story ›
Students Jordan and Rhys paid £210 to watch Justin Bieber in Birmingham - but the tickets never arrived.Read the full story ›
Charities in Wales say thousands of low-income families with disabled children could be missing out on grants, because of government cuts.Read the full story ›
NatWest is closing nine of its branches across north Wales citing a rise in the number of people using online banking.Read the full story ›
The First Minister has criticised Wednesday's Autumn statement blaming what he calls "failed austerity".Read the full story ›
Mark Drakeford says he'll decide soon which infrastructure projects will take priority for funding, as Wales reacts to the Autumn Statement.Read the full story ›
Finance Minister Mark Drakeford has told AMs that the Welsh Government will make the most of extra money from the Chancellor. But he added that £400 million over five years was not going to meet the needs of Wales.
The Chancellor should grasp the urgent need to invest in the UK economy
Mr Drakeford said the money announced today wouldn't make upo to the 33% cut in the Welsh Government's capital budget since 2010. It's currently £1.5 billion a year.
The Welsh Government’s budget will increase by more than £400m, giving it even greater spending power.Read the full story ›
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced measures for lower-income and self-employed workers in his first Autumn Statement.
He said that the minimum wage will rise by 30p an hour that the Government will raise the income tax free personal allowance to £12,500 by the 2020 at the latest.
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