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Virus Update

Please see below for the most recent statement from Downing Street. 

The Prime Minister continues to make steady progress. He remains in intensive care. 

Virus Update

The Chancellor has announced a £750 million package of support to ensure charities can continue their vital work during the coronavirus outbreak.

“Reckless Prioritising” by Welsh Government During COVID-19 Crisis.

The decision of Labour Assembly Members to support the general principles of the Welsh Government’s Local Government and Elections (Wales) Bill has been slammed by Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy, as “reckless prioritising” during this ongoing COVID-19 crisis.

Covid-19: Welsh Conservatives welcome ‘Rail to Refuge’ scheme for people fleeing domestic abuse.

Welsh Conservatives have welcomed the news today (April 9) from the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) that free rail travel will be offered to people fleeing domestic abuse during the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.

The offer – called “Rail to Refuge” – has been made by rail companies working in partnership with Women’s Aid, and comes as campaigners report a rise in requests for help from victims of domestic abuse since Coronavirus lockdown measures came into force.

Conwy council efforts to lobby UK Government pay off.

In 2018 county councillor Sam Cotton introduced a Notice of Motion asking for Conwy County Borough Council to back the Lucy's Law campaign.  Sam's Notice of Motion was supported by the council and UK Government have listened, implementing new legislation which aims to tackle the low-welfare, high volume supply of puppies and kittens, by banning their commercial third-party sale in England.  The legislation only applies to England, so we hope that the Welsh Government will follow suit soon!