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The Welsh Conservatives have pledged to freeze council tax in Wales for five years if they win next month's Assembly election.Read the full story ›
The Welsh Conservatives will today launch their Assembly election campaign from the Cardiff City Stadium. Leader Andrew RT Davies will call for Wales to turn from 'red to blue' in May.
The campaign launch follows the Party's Llangollen Conference last week, where the Welsh Conservatives outlined their five main pledges for Wales.
Welsh Conservative Party pledges for Wales:
- Protect the NHS
- Create more jobs
- Deliver excellence in education
- Provide security and dignity for older people
- Treble free childcare
After 17 years of Labour failure, Wales needs real change. Welsh Conservatives have a clear plan to secure that real change; and we’re ready to turn Wales from red to blue.
From protecting the NHS budget, to creating more jobs by backing small businesses and improving infrastructure, and delivering excellence in education, we stand ready to take Wales on a new path.
Our pledges to put a weekly cap on costs and protect £100,000 of assets for those in residential care, and our commitment to treble free childcare, further demonstrate how Welsh Conservatives are ready to secure real change, and deliver opportunities, for all people in Wales.
The inside story of two first time Welsh candidates in this year's general election.Read the full story ›
David Cameron was live in the ITV Cymru Wales studio tonight, where he also answered some of your questions.Read the full story ›
An angry voter drew a picture of a penis on his ballot paper instead of an X for a Tory MP - and it counted as a vote.
Conservative MP Glyn Davies revealed how the voter's penis protest backfired by giving him the extra vote and helped him keep his seat.
Instead of being counted as a spoiled vote the returning officer decided to count it as a proper X.
First time we have retained the seat since 1880, an historic win, many thanks to all our supports. Majority now 5325 http://t.co/q3sqmHZOaV
Mr Davies said he was grateful: "One voter decided to draw a detailed representation of a penis instead of a cross in my box on one ballot paper.
Amazingly, because it was neatly drawn within the confines of the box the returning officer deemed it a valid vote. Not sure the artist meant it to count, but I am grateful.
If I knew who it was, I would like to thank him or her personally.
Farmer Mr Davies held his seat in Montgomeryshire in mid Wales with an increased majority of 5,325 votes.
As Conservatives in Wales celebrate their best result in thirty years David Cameron promises more devolved powers to Wales.Read the full story ›
There were a few surprises overnight as Wales' 40 constituencies declared their results.Read the full story ›