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WELSH ARMED FORCES DISENFRANCHISED

WELSH Conservatives today condemned news that Welsh armed service personnel serving overseas were unable to vote in last year's General Election.

POSITIVE PROGRESS UNDER DAVID CAMERON

WELSH Conservatives today hailed the first six months of David Cameron's leadership as a period of positive progress for the party.

WORKING TOGETHER FOR THE ASSEMBLY'S FUTURE

WELSH Conservatives have welcomed the outcome of a 'positive, constructive' meeting with the National Assembly's Presiding Officer Lord Dafydd Elis Thomas AM.

UNIVERSITIES MUST PUT ACADEMIC ABILITY FIRST

SHADOW Secretary of State for Wales Cheryl Gillan MP today called for safeguards to ensure that universities in Wales are not forced to take on students on financial grounds alone.

ANSWERS DEMANDED ON FOREIGN PRISONERS IN WALES

SHADOW Secretary of State for Wales Cheryl Gillan MP today challenged the Home Office to reveal how many foreign nationals are held in Welsh prisons and how many have been released in the last two years.

LABOUR'S ROADBLOCKS TO REFORM IN WALES

SHADOW Welsh Secretary Cheryl Gillan MP today branded Gordon Brown, Peter Hain and Rhodri Morgan ""Labour's three roadblocks to reform"" in Wales.

Gillan: Brown taking Wales for granted

Shadow Welsh Secretary Cheryl Gillan has today criticised Gordon Brown for taking Wales for granted after he delivered his Budget statement in the Commons.

RED TAPE HOLDING BACK BUSINESSES IN WALES

SHADOW Secretary of State for Wales Cheryl Gillan MP today called on the Government to set targets for cutting red tape for small businesses.

REFLECTING A MODERN WALES IN CONSERVATIVES' FUTURE

WELSH Conservatives today launched their search for more women and people from ethnic minority communities to apply to become candidates for the party at elections for all levels of government in Wales.