Ministers must invest in education, not corn flakes

Welsh Conservatives today urged the Assembly Government to ditch its controversial free school breakfast scheme and invest the money saved in its troubled Foundation Phase. The demand comes as ministers admit they don’t know how many millions of po

School transport plans are 'Unfair'

Darren Millar, AM for Clwyd West, has warned that pupils who currently receive free transport to Church or Welsh medium schools could have the right withdrawn unless new Assembly Government proposals are amended.

Race is on for Olympic business opportunities

Darren Millar, AM for Clwyd West, is encouraging businesses in North Wales to take advantage of a website which could help them tap into the benefits of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Hospital site investment welcomed

Commenting on news that Assembly Health Minister, Edwina Hart, has given a green light to a new Childrens Mental Health Unit in Abergele in his constituency, Clwyd West AM Darren Millar said: “This is great news and will ensure that local people ca

AM To Discuss Phone Box Concerns

Darren Millar, AM for Clwyd West, is to meet with representatives from British Telecom to discuss the future of telephone boxes threatened with closure in his constituency. The meeting follows an exchange in the Assembly Chamber, during which Darren call

Denbighshire church grant welcomed

Darren Millar, Assembly Member for Clwyd West, has welcomed a decision by the heritage lottery fund to award a grant to a historic church in his constituency.

Delight At Cancer Drug Decision

Responding to the news that his constituent Keith Woods of Llanfairtalhaiarn near Abergele has finally been given access to the cancer busting drug Sutent on the NHS, Darren Millar, Assembly Member for Clwyd West said:
‘I’m delighted that Kei

Environment LCO lost on Environment Day

Welsh Conservatives have criticised the slow progress of the Assembly Government’s plans for new powers to protect the environment. Speaking on World Environment Day, the party claimed the Environmental protection and waste management LCO was being

Government at odds with itself over wind energy

Welsh Conservatives will tomorrow call on the Assembly Government to abandon plans to erect wind turbines on Forestry Commission land.
The party is accusing the Labour-Plaid administration of being at odds with itself over efforts to tackle climate chang

Bad behaviour in schools needs to be addressed

WELSH Conservatives are urging the Assembly Government to do more to tackle bad behaviour in our schools, as we reveal the number of Welsh pupils being suspended from school has risen dramatically.
Figures obtained by Clwyd West AM Darren Millar detail t