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Archive for November, 2016

He has been called a ‘traitor” by some for looking to work more closely with Bristol, but the leader of Cardiff council worries about those you don’t see the big picture. The council leaders of Cardiff, Bristol and Newport have called on the UK Government to back rail investment needed to bring the three cities […]

Wales will keep the stamp duty rate on second homes in line with England when the tax is devolved from April 2018 Welsh Government Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford said he hoped that a City Deal to boost the economy of the Swansea Bay City Region will be confirmed in the first Autumn Statement from Chancellor […]

The DoE scheme involved 11,000 young people in Wales last year, but the aim is to increase  it by 5,000 by 2020. The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme, which this year is celebrating its 60th anniversary, provides the future employees that companies need to succeed, the Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward, told a business audience. […]