Statement by the First Minister following today's Joint Ministerial Committee
"There is still huge uncertainty about what success will look like from the UK Government."
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Land Transaction Tax will replace UK Stamp Duty Land Tax in Wales.
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One of our priorities is to improve the mental health and well-being of people in Wales.
We aim to ensure that mental health services are of the highest quality.
- implementing the Mental Health (Wales) Measure to ensure that care is focused on people’s needs
- ensuring the improvements in mental health services and wider wellbeing outlined in the ‘Together for Mental Health’ delivery plan are achieved - this will be monitored by the National Partnership Board
- delivering the relevant commitments in the Programme for Government 2011-16.
If you need help, advice or support for you, a friend or a relative, please see the help and advice line page.
Mental Health Crisis Care Concordat
This is an agreement to improve how people, in mental health crisis and who present a risk to themselves or the public, are helped. Importantly, it will help prevent the inappropriate detention of people within a police custody suite, or of being drawn into the criminal justice system.