“NHS Bursary to stay in Wales”- says Health Secretary
NHS Bursaries for eligible student nurses, midwives and allied health professionals will continue to be available in Wales in 2017/18.
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Land Transaction Tax will replace UK Stamp Duty Land Tax in Wales.
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- Achievement and entitlement to free school meals
- Delayed transfers of care
- Evaluation of the Foundation Phase Flexibility Pilot Scheme
- Farm incomes
- NHS diagnostic and therapy service waiting times
- Process evaluation of the Parents, Childcare and Employment (PaCE) Project
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A quarterly report which shows the short-term movements in the output of service sector companies within Wales.
- The longer term trend (latest four quarters compared to previous four quarters) for the Index of Market Services increased for both Wales and the UK (the index is up 2.3 per cent in Wales and up 2.8 per cent in the UK). The increase in Wales is largely accounted for by increases in output from Real Estate Activities and Professional, Scientific & Technical Activities, whilst the increase in the UK is mostly accounted for by Distribution, Professional, Scientific & Technical Activities and Information & Communication Activities.
- Over the short term (latest quarter compared to previous quarter) output increased in both Wales and the UK by 1.0 per cent and 0.7 per cent respectively. The increase in Wales is largely accounted for by an increase in the output of Distribution, whilst the increase in the UK is largely accounted for by an increase in the output of Professional, Scientific & Technical Activities.
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