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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

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

NHS Merger go ahead welcomed

Responding to news that Assembly Government Health Minister Edwina Hart has approved the merger of Conwy and Denbighshire NHS Trust and the North East Wales NHS Trust to form the North Wales NHS Trust, Clwyd West AM, Darren Millar said:- 'This is a very

Ministers make final attempt to hit carbon emissions target

Commenting on the Assembly Government’s launch of consultation into planning guidance to ensure climate change is taken into consideration in the design of new building projects, Shadow Environment Minister Darren Millar AM said:
“This looks

Support for needle machine must end

An Assembly Member who fought plans to install a needle vending machine at the back of a police station in Colwyn Bay in his constituency has called on the Assembly Government to rule out support for any similar schemes in the future. Speaking during a d

Sympathy for North Wales cancer patient

Commenting on the news that cancer patient Mr Keith Woods from Llanfair TH, has moved temporarily to England in order to access drugs which have been refused by the Welsh NHS, Clwyd West AM Darren Millar said: “I'm very concerned at the growing gul

For Welsh Daffodils see England, say Councils

Welsh councils are getting supplies of daffodils from England, Welsh Conservatives revealed today. Information obtained by Shadow Environment Minister Darren Millar shows local authorities are using suppliers on the other side of the border, and also in

Debt Pushing Families to Breaking Point Warns North Wales Charity

Towyn CAP Centre is reaching out as 1 in 4 couples in the red split up due to debt The strain debt puts on families is pushing many to crisis point, a charity revealed today, as research showed nearly a quarter (23 per cent) of all couples in debt will b