Helping young people 'earn, learn or serve' is among the policies Plaid Cymru will focus on ahead of the next election.Read the full story ›
After support for her party fell despite an extra Westminster seat, Leanne Wood tells Plaid's conference it's time to reconnect with voters.Read the full story ›
At Plaid Cymru's conference in Caernarfon, leader Leanne Wood will warn that Wales risks having no plan to cope if there's no Brexit deal.Read the full story ›
Powys council faces an urgent inspection of services for vulnerable adults, after a report said children in the county's care are at risk.Read the full story ›
The Secretary of State for Wales says he's confident an agreement can be reached ahead of futher talks with the Welsh Government on Brexit.
Alun Cairns and First Secretary of State, Damian Green, will meet with Carwyn Jones for discussions on the arrangements under the EU Bill for distributing powers returned from the European Union.
The Welsh economy is fundamentally integrated with the rest of the UK so we must bring together the assets of all parts of the UK to win deals and secure trade agreements. Exiting the EU is a time when the nation needs to come together to secure the best deal for every part of the UK.It is in nobody’s interest for there to be gaps in the law at the point where the UK departs the EU. Neither is it in anybody’s interest to create any new obstacles or costs inside the UK as we leave the EU. That means that there will be a need for a common UK approach in a number of areas. We have had constructive talks already and will keep talking - I am confident we can reach an agreement that works for all parts of the UK
Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford said the Welsh Government has 'tried to protect councils' from cuts passed onto them from Westminster.Read the full story ›
A Conservative MP has been ordered to pay more than £5,000 for wrongly using official House of Commons envelopes.Read the full story ›
Plaid Cymru has pulled out of its compact with the Welsh Government, agreed in the aftermath of the 2016 Assembly election.Read the full story ›
In a speech plagued by a prankster, a coughing fit and part of the stage falling down, Andrew RT Davies said the PM had 'grit and guts'.Read the full story ›
Theresa May has addressed issues in Wales in an interview with our Political Editor, Adrian Masters.Read the full story ›