June 2011

28 June 2011

Paul Davies AM Attends Breathe Easy Event

Local Assembly Member Paul Davies is pictured with Dr Patrick Flood-Page, chair of BLF Wales Florence.Local Assembly Member Paul Davies has recently attended the British Lung Foundation's "Breathe Easy" event at the National Assembly for Wales, to learn more about lung disease across Wales and to meet patients of lung disease from all parts of the country. The British Lung Foundation used the event to campaign for a ban to stop people smoking in their cars when carrying children. Currently, around 300,000 children in the UK go to their GP each year with illnesses related to passive smoking.

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WG Admits Own Policy Driving Up NHS Waiting Lists

The Welsh Labour Government has admitted that its own policies are forcing up NHS waiting lists.

Welsh Conservatives have obtained a copy of a letter from the Welsh Labour Government, which confirms that "following the One Wales commitment to reduce the use of the private sector, and the repatriation of patients from England, capacity has been constrained."

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20 June 2011

Jones Admits Business Support Is At ‘A Low Level’

The First Minister has admitted financial support for businesses from the Welsh Labour Government is currently at 'a low level'.

When challenged by the Acting Leader of the Welsh Conservatives in the Assembly, Paul Davies AM, Carwyn Jones could not give an exact figure for financial support under the Economic Renewal Programme (ERP).

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15 June 2011

Paul Davies AM Attends Picnic in the Park

Local Assembly Member Paul Davies is pictured with representatives from the NCMA CymruLocal Assembly Member Paul Davies AM joined a group of Pembrokeshire registered childminders who arranged a Picnic in the Park to celebrate National Childminding Week, last Friday. The theme of this year's event was 'aspiration' reflecting the fact that registered childminders and nannies are uniquely placed to nurture interests and build on the future aspirations of the children in their care.

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14 June 2011

Jones Admits Business Support is at ‘a Low Level’

The First Minister has admitted financial support for businesses from the Welsh Labour Government is currently at 'a low level'.

When challenged by the Acting Leader of the Welsh Conservatives in the Assembly, Paul Davies AM, Carwyn Jones could not give an exact figure for financial support under the Economic Renewal Programme (ERP).

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Carwyn’s Legislative Statement is a Blank Sheet of Paper

Commenting on the Welsh Labour Government's postponement of its legislative statement to July, Paul Davies AM, Acting Leader of the Welsh Conservatives in the National Assembly, said:

"Barely six weeks into a new Assembly term it has already become apparent that after 12 years this Welsh Labour Government is tired and out of ideas.

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Paul Davies Takes Part in Royal Opening at the Senedd

Local Assembly Member Paul Davies is pictured with The Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and Carwyn Jones AM, First Minister for Wales.Preseli Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies has taken part in the official opening of the fourth session of the National Assembly, held last week. The opening of the Fourth Assembly by HM the Queen marked a fresh term for Welsh politics following the recent referendum on further powers and the Assembly elections on May 5th.

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06 June 2011

Pembrokeshire Politicians Attend Downing Street Meeting

Local politicians Paul Davies AM and Stephen Crabb MP are pictured outside 10 Downing Street.Preseli Pembrokeshire politicians Paul Davies AM and Stephen Crabb MP have recently attended a meeting at 10 Downing Street, London. The meeting, held by Prime Minister David Cameron was attended by Welsh Conservative MPs and the Welsh Conservative MEP and was convened to discuss a number of issues affecting Wales.

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02 June 2011

Ophthalmology Services Brought to Assembly Chamber

Ophthalmology services in Pembrokeshire have been raised in the National Assembly Chamber thanks to local Assembly Member Paul Davies. Mr Davies called on the Minister for Health and Social Services to make a statement on this matter as soon as possible, following several constituents expressing concerns that the local health board are refusing cataract treatment to patients who have already had treatment on their other eye.

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Paul Davies AM Backs DeltaStream Device Project

Preseli Pembrokeshire Assembly Member Paul Davies is supporting the progression of the DeltaStream device project, which will be the first ever tidal stream project to be deployed in Welsh territorial waters. The tidal power scheme will provide green electricity to the local distribution network during its 12 month test period, with the potential to power up to 1,000 homes.

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