The Rhondda AM has called for urgent action and a Universal Basic Income to help self-employed people “left with impossible choices” amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Rhondda AM Leanne Wood has welcomed the suspension of the consultation over the future of the Accident and Emergency department at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital.
The Rhondda AM has called for a universal basic income to be implemented to get people through the Coronavirus crisis.
The Rhondda Assembly Member has established a community network to look after people during the Coronavirus outbreak.
The Rhondda AM will call upon the Labour Government to show leadership to save the A&E department at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital.
Welsh families whose homes were hit by devastating floods are to receive help thanks to a £50,000 donation from a leading business.
A health board citing a lack of permanent A&E consultants as the reason for centralising services, has yet to post an advert for one according to a Freedom of Information request.
The Rhondda AM has received assurances from the First Minister the issue of coal tip safety is being dealt with “as a matter of urgency.”
The Rhondda AM has been helping residents deal with the aftermath of the weekend’s dreadful flooding.
Rhondda AM has hosted a public meeting in Treorci to discuss the next steps in the campaign to retain 24 hour consultant services at the main district general hospital serving the Rhondda.
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