A coalition of disabled people’s organisations has today written to the Prime Minister urging her to meet with them to discuss the deteriorating quality of life experienced by millions of disabled people in the UK.
The First Minister’s use of a government mobile phone has been called into question by Welsh Conservative leader, Andrew RT Davies – with Carwyn Jones potentially admitting he has broken the Ministerial Code.
Welsh Conservative leader, Andrew RT Davies, has today written to the Permanent Secretary calling for publication of the leak inquiry report, following yesterday’s revelation a Labour AM was told of allegations against Carl Sargeant and his imminent sacking before Mr Sargeant himself was informed
Local authorities could have the option of fining those whose waste ends up fly-tipped or illegally dumped rather than having to pursue them through the courts, under proposals put out for consultation by the Government today.
On the 06 February 2018, the UK and countries around the world celebrated Safer Internet Day 2018. The event aimed to inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively.
Why every tea party you hold this Spring could help save many lives throughout Wales. BBC Welsh correspondent and presenter Sian Lloyd is helping spearhead an all-Wales tea party campaign to save lives in Wales in collaboration with the Welsh Hearts Charity.
6 February 2018 marks the centenary of the Representation of the People Act (1918) which allowed some women and all men the right to vote. It was to be a further ten years before all women achieved voting equality with men.
The invasive and insidious nature of Japanese knotweed means that it has the capacity to cause extensive damage to properties, road verges, rail infrastructure, flood defences, retaining walls and landscaping schemes.
Ignoring it in the hope that it might wither and die is simply not an o
Arts Factory is an independent development trust that was established in 1990 by local people who were tired of being labelled as “problems” and who wanted to work together to improve the quality of their lives. We are based in the Rhondda Valleys in South Wales. Arts Factory exists to build a stronger, more inclusive community by creating opportunities for people who feel marginalised and excluded to develop skills,
supportive social networks, self-confidence and self-esteem by contributing to team based projects that: