Welsh Government


Ken Skates and automotive industry meet to discuss Welsh future  

With Honda’s decision to close its Swindon facility affecting some 2,000 supply jobs in Wales, and other manufacturers such as Nissan and Ford expressing a desire to look again at how they choose to operate in future, the Economy Minister was keen to ensure Welsh Government continues to do everything...Read More »

Finance Minister calls for transparency and clarity ahead of UK government’s Spring Statement

Finance Minister, Rebecca Evans, said:

“Today is another opportunity for the Chancellor to confirm, once and for all, that austerity is over for good. We have weathered 9 long years of austerity and it’s now time to see some clear evidence that this statement is true.

“Last month I pressed...Read More »

Glastir Woodland and Restoration schemes open to bids

The schemes which provide financial support for new planting and restoration of woodland will be open to bids from the 1st April.

Glastir is the Welsh Government’s flagship sustainable land management scheme,  and has received funding through the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme...Read More »

Minister confirms appointments to the Education Workforce Council

The Education Workforce Council (Appointments and Membership) (Wales) Regulations 2014 provides for membership of the EWC to consist of not less than 14 members. Seven members would be directly appointed by Welsh Ministers and seven members would be appointed by Welsh Ministers having being nominated by organisations listed...Read More »

Wales making connections at London Book Fair 2019

London Book fair is one of the most significant global marketplaces for publishing and takes place this week (12-14 March) at Olympia, London. 

Presence at the London Book fair provides a platform to showcase the distinct and unique culture of Wales to a global audience allowing writers, translators, publishers to present...Read More »

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