Mental health problems can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, gender or social background.
This survey, which is part of a joint consultation between the rail industry and passenger watchdog Transport Focus, is not about the industry advocating any specific changes at this stage, it is about getting your views on the type of system and structure you want to see. These will be used to develop proposals to government which, if accepted, we would need to work with them to deliver. The proposals will aim to be revenue neutral, which means that any changes to some fares would need to be balanced elsewhere – this consultation looks at some of the possible trade-offs involved in this.
The Health, Social Care and Sport Committee is calling for evidence about: The Welsh Government’s dental contract reform; How ‘clawback money’ from health boards is being used; Issues with the training, recruitment and retention of dentists in Wales; The provision of orthodontic services; The effectiveness of local and national oral health improvement programmes for children and young people.
consultation that gives everyone a chance to have their say on the best way to address the legacy of Northern Ireland's troubled past.
We want your views on the consolidation of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (UCO) and Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 (GPDO) .
Following the introduction of Universal Credit, we need to revise eligibility criteria for free school meals in Wales and are consulting on our proposals. We are proposing to introduce an earned income threshold of £7,400 for Universal Credit claimants who want to claim free school meals for their children. We are also proposing transitional protection for families affected by the change.
The Working Together Consultation is the first statutory consultation leading up to the publication of the reviewed and updated RBMPs. It sets out the Statement of Steps and timeline for the third cycle of the Plans. We would like your views on how you would like to be involved in the development of the next River Basin Management Plans.
The guidance updates the 2009 Welsh Government guidance and reflects current evidence. It is more comprehensive and includes practical support in the form of example menus and recipes to help settings provide nutritious, meals, snacks and drinks for the children in their care.
This consultation presents initial thoughts on how we might reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 45% between now and 2030.
The Welsh Government are seeking views on the descriptions used on the labelling of low alcohol drinks.