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RIFW financial fiasco finally ‘settled’ but Welsh Taxpayers lose out again why?

Responding to a statement today that the legal action initiated by the Regeneration Investment Fund for Wales (RIFW) has been settled, Angela Burns MS – Shadow Minister for Government Resilience and Efficiency – said:

Welsh Government settles legal action against property consultancies over land sale?

The legal action was initiated by the Regeneration Investment Fund for Wales (RIFW) in December 2017.

Welsh military veteran carers in Wales struggling without the help they need

On Armistice Day the nation will pause to recognize and remember the service of military personnel past and present. Among the 210,000 veterans in Wales, many require care due to age, disability or illness or may be caring for a loved one themselves.

In private hands

The response to COVID would be vastly more effective if the billions spent on outsourcing to private sector multinationals were spent on NHS capacity and local expertise instead, a BMA event heard. Peter Blackburn reports

Report by EU advisor: Pandemic signals breaching of planetary ‘tipping point’ by global economy

A new study by a top advisor to an EU-backed scientific research programme concludes that the COVID-19 pandemic is a symptom of global industrial civilisation’s breach of key planetary boundaries, which are critical to maintaining a safe operating space for human survival on the planet.

Covid-19 Service Changes Update in RCT

Due to the continuing trend of increasing number of positive Covid-19 cases across Wales and Rhondda Cynon Taf, a two-week national ‘firebreak’ was introduced by Welsh Government on October 23. This ends on Monday, November 9. 

Cancer delays 'could cause 2,000 deaths in Wales'

Responding to the news as many as 2,000 people could die because of Covid-related delays in the Welsh NHS, and the comments made by Labour’s Health Minister, Welsh Conservative health spokesperson Andrew RT Davies MS said: