Welsh Government


New immigration rules will hit the Welsh economy finds report

The Welsh Government asked the Wales Centre for Public Policy to examine how the Whitehall plans, which were published in a recent White Paper, to change the immigration system once the UK has left the EU, will affect Wales.

This included examining the impact of stopping overseas workers from staying in...Read More »

No deal tariffs plan will impact Welsh ports – Ken Skates

The UK Government has unveiled an interim approach to avoid new checks and controls on goods at the Northern Ireland land border if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. 

In such a scenario, the UK’s temporary import tariffs will not apply to goods crossing from Ireland into Northern Ireland....Read More »

£10m Welsh Government funding to improve health outcomes

The main focus is to improve the quality of care, to reduce variation and to improve patient outcomes. Investment will be directed towards services which will bring the most wide-ranging benefits to the most people.

As previously announced last year, £3 million will be invested to deliver the single cancer pathway....Read More »

Extra £6.6m for research in Welsh universities

The funding will pave the way for a new, longer-term approach to research and innovation in Wales. It is designed to help strengthen the current Welsh research base by enabling Welsh researchers to compete for a greater share of new UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) funding, as suggested by Professor...Read More »

Innovation is at the heart of our Welsh food and drink success story – Lesley Griffiths

With just days to go until Wales’ largest international food and drink event BlasCymru / TasteWales returns, Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths, says innovation lays at the heart of the Welsh food and drink success story.

Latest figures show almost two years...Read More »

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