The Welsh Conservatives will today call on the Welsh Government to provide evidence that the purchase of Cardiff Airport will provide 'value for money'. They're holding a debate in the Senedd to ask for answers about the decision.
Last month the Welsh Government said that they had entered into an agreement with the current owners of Cardiff Airport, to look at the possibility of buying it. At the time they said: 'our investment in Cardiff Airport has the potential to create many exciting possibilities for the Welsh economy.'
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