Clwyd West MS and Chair of the Cross Party Group on Faith in the Welsh Parliament, Darren Millar, is calling on the Welsh Government to allow a flexible approach to the re-opening of places of worship in Wales.
With England, Scotland and Northern Ireland having announced plans to lift restrictions on lockdown in recent weeks, the people of Wales had been waiting with bated breath to find out what the next steps were going to be here.
Commenting on the statement released today (June 3) by the Welsh Government calling for a postponement on free trade negotiations, Darren Millar MS – the Welsh Conservative spokesperson for Exiting the EU – said:
Clwyd West MS and Chair of the Senedd’s Cross Party Group on the Armed Forces and Cadets, Darren Millar, has called for Welsh Government action to ensure that homelessness for veterans can be addressed.
Clwyd West MS Darren Millar has said University Students are receiving a “rough deal” from universities in return for their tuition fees amid the Covid-19 pandemic and has called on the Education Minister to take action to address the issue.
Commenting on the Health Minister's statement yesterday (June 1), that to travel 20 miles in rural Wales "… almost certainly isn't local" Darren Millar MS – the Shadow Minister for Covid Recovery – said: