Carwyn Jones was told in the Senedd that the timing of his agreement to an independent investigation of his conduct was "suspect".Read the full story ›
27% of Welsh voters think the First Minister should resign after claims of bullying in his government and the death of Carl Sargeant.Read the full story ›
Here are the changes to the Welsh Government's Treasury funding announced in the budget. Capital funding for improvements to roads, schools, hospitals and other projects, gets the biggest boost:
- 2017/18: £1.7 billion (up from £1.6 billion)
- 2018/19: £1.9 billion (up from £1.7 billion)
- 2019/20: £2.1 billion (up from £1.8 billion)
- 2020/21: £2.2 billion (up from £1.9 billion)
But resource funding, which covers year-on-year spending, is mostly unchanged since the Spring Budget.
The Minimum Price for Alcohol bill is to go ahead in the Assembly after the Supreme Court upheld a similar law in Scotland.Read the full story ›
Labour AM Carl Sargeant, who was sacked from the Welsh Government, has been found dead at an address in his Alyn & Deeside constituency.Read the full story ›
Communities Secretary Carl Sargeant has been sacked in today's Welsh Government reshuffle and suspended from the Labour party amid allegations over his personal conduct.
Sources have told ITV News that the allegations are of a sexual nature.
Carl Sargeant has been suspended from party membership, and therefore the Labour whip in the National Assembly for Wales, while an investigation into allegations received takes place.
Carl Sargeant has shared the following statement on Twitter:
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Following allegations, received in the last few days, about Carl Sargeant’s conduct, the First Minister has removed him from the Cabinet and has asked Welsh Labour to launch a full investigation.
First Minister Carwyn Jones has added some fresh faces to his cabinet with Hannah Blythyn and Huw Irranca-Davies taking ministerial roles.Read the full story ›
Arriva Trains Wales, which runs most Welsh trains, has withdrawn from bidding for the next rail franchise. Three other bidders remain.Read the full story ›
The Welsh Government has announced it will spend £100 million over the next three years to help regenerate communities.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 ›