Wales’ First Minister has waded into the controversy over the use of non-native wildlife on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
A relaxation of coronavirus restrictions “for a small number of days” over Christmas is planned to allow a limited level of mixing between households across the UK, the Westminster Government has said.
There is always a chance Christmas will end in an almighty argument, with each member of the family stomping off in their own direction and shouting back that they would much rather do their own thing anyway.
There is “no room” for further relaxation of coronavirus rules in Wales despite the success of the country’s firebreak lockdown, the First Minister has said.
A former Tory minister has called for the Health Secretary to issue a correction to “avoid any damaging misunderstandings” after he signalled that the lockdown in England was showing “promising signs”.
Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have become the new owners of Wrexham AFC after their takeover bid was approved by the National League club’s Supporters Trust.
Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have become the new owners of Wrexham after their takeover bid was approved by the National League club’s Supporters Trust.
Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford said it was “inevitable” that cases would rise in some areas of the country as it prepares to come out of a firebreak lockdown.
Wales will have its hardest border with England for “several centuries” after the Welsh firebreak is lifted next week, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
A new set of national rules is being introduced across Wales once the 17-day firebreak ends, First Minister Mark Drakeford said.
The Welsh Government will not extend Wales’s fire-break lockdown next week, the First Minister has said.
Welsh Government ministers are to meet to discuss “any potential border issues” for Wales, amid speculation a lockdown will be imposed in England next week.
The UK Government is expected to hold a discussion on a “common approach to Christmas” across the UK, Wales’s First Minister has said.
Wales will adopt a “simpler” set of national coronavirus restrictions following the country’s firebreak lockdown, the First Minister has said.
Supermarkets have “discretion” over the Welsh Government’s ban on selling non-essential items during the firebreak lockdown, the First Minister has said.
The Welsh Government will review the “understanding, clarity and policy” of a ban on supermarkets selling non-essential items during Wales’ firebreak lockdown, Health Minister Vaughan Gething has said.
Wales’s firebreak is about “saving lives, not Christmas”, the First Minister Mark Drakeford said, hours before the country entered its two-week firebreak lockdown.
Supermarkets in Wales will not be allowed to sell items such as clothing and hardware during the Covid-19 firebreak lockdown, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
The First Minister of Wales has described “difficult days” when both his mother and wife contracted Covid-19.
Workers in Wales face losing their jobs if the UK Treasury does not waive the eligibility requirements of its furlough scheme, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
The Welsh Government is “continuing to press” the UK Government to provide support to businesses during the two-week firebreak lockdown, economy minister Ken Skates has said.
A two-week “firebreak” lockdown in Wales will protect the NHS from being overwhelmed by resurgence of coronavirus and save lives, the First Minister has said.
Greater Manchester’s intensive care capacity could be overwhelmed within weeks, Downing Street has said, as Wales prepares to introduce a nationwide “firebreak” lockdown.
The “firebreaker” lockdown in Wales will hopefully provide a small amount of relief to NHS staff fighting coronavirus on the frontline, medics have said.
A two-week “firebreak” lockdown will be introduced across Wales from 6pm on Friday, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
A two-week circuit-breaker lockdown is to be introduced in Wales from next week, according to a leaked letter.
Nicola Sturgeon considers travel ban to the Highlands as she tells those in the Central Belt not to head north
Nicola Sturgeon is considering a Highland travel ban for those living in areas of high Covid-19 prevalence in the central belt, it has emerged.
The Welsh Government is looking “very carefully” at introducing a time-limited circuit-breaker lockdown in Wales, the First Minister has confirmed.
A travel ban preventing people from areas of the UK with high levels of coronavirus from entering Wales will come into force on Friday, the Welsh First Minister has said.
Boris Johnson’s refusal to agree to restrict travel for people living in UK coronavirus hotspots showed the Conservative Party’s “tin ear” to Wales, the Welsh First Minister has said.