After a week that's seen divisions between Welsh and UK Labour over Brexit and how the party is run, the First Minister calls for unity.Read the full story ›
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told the Welsh Labour Conference: 'Only Labour has been consistently trying to find a way through the deadlock'Read the full story ›
Mark Drakeford says that despite the "profound consequences" of reversing the referendum result, he'd prefer it to crashing out of the EU.Read the full story ›
First Minister Mark Drakeford has said by-election rules mean his decision on the proposed motorway must wait until after 4 April.Read the full story ›
The Finance Secretary takes top prize. A special programme tonight on ITV Wales will recall the events of the year and profile the winners.Read the full story ›
There'll be no tax break for first time buyers when stamp duty is replaced in Wales next April. But more property sales will be tax free.Read the full story ›
Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford says he will reflect on how to respond to the Chancellor's decision to exempt first time buyers from stamp duty, unless they're buying a home worth more than £300,000.
If he takes no action, the tax break will end for Welsh first time buyers next April, when stamp duty will be replaced in Wales by Land Transaction Tax, payable on the purchase of all properties worth over £150,000.
Professor Drakeford was asked by the Tory Group AM Mark Reckless if Welsh first time buyers would have to rush to buy their homes.
They will not be knocked over in the rush because the number of first time buyers in Wales, who are buying home worth £300,000, means that it will be perfectly possible to form an orderly queue.
I will do my best to resolve the uncertainty created by the Chancellor today by coming forward with proposals that I will [first] reflect on.
If local councils don't want to merge, they'll still have to share services under the latest Welsh Government proposals.Read the full story ›
Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford and his Scottish and Northern Irish counterparts demand no further public spending cuts in the UK Budget.Read the full story ›