The Labour leader will be visiting Barry, Swansea, Carmarthen and Bangor for one last push before polling day on Thursday.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn has told Welsh delegates that Labour will “get through” its conference “united as a party”.Read the full story ›
On a visit to Machynlleth Jeremy Corbyn said he was open to considering all options for Wales' future.Read the full story ›
Owen Smith has been sacked from Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet after calling for a new EU referendum.Read the full story ›
Welsh Labour has rejected one member, one vote to decide its next leader. The party executive opted to keep the electoral college system.Read the full story ›
As Jeremy Corbyn delivers his Labour conference speech with near total control of his party, Welsh Labour is no longer keeping its distance.Read the full story ›
Welsh Labour are hailing their best vote share since 1997 and three seats gained in Gower, Vale of Clwyd and Cardiff North. Party sources are claiming that the very distinct campaigns fought by Carwyn Jones and Jeremy Corbyn jointly delivered a result beyond expectations.
They say Welsh Labour’s campaign, led by Carwyn Jones, connected positively with voters across Wales, while Labour’s UK campaign, led by Jeremy Corbyn, was hugely effective, especially in energising 18 – 24 year olds who voted in unprecedented numbers.
Speaking at the Labour Party's Welsh conference in Llandudno, Carwyn Jones has announced that the Welsh Government will scrap child burial costs in Wales.
It's expected to cost the Welsh Government £700,000 a year to reimburse councils the fees for children's funerals.
Carwyn Jones pays tribute to @carolynharris24 campaign on child funeral costs; announces there'll be no burial charges for children in Wales
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