Four of the seven health boards in Wales once again failed to meet their financial duty to break-even over a three-year period, according to their 2019-20 accounts published today.
Auditor General calls for urgent action, as the amount of money local councils manage continues to increase
Welsh Revenue Authority “operating effectively” and Welsh Treasury “obtaining appropriate assurance” over HMRC’s implementation of Welsh Rates of Income Tax, says Auditor General
Reports in the public interest issued by the Auditor General for Wales highlight failures in three community councils to meet required standards
Councils slowly developing in this area, but more work needed to ‘break silo working’ and maximise the benefits of the data they hold, says Auditor General
Wales faced losing out financially in a no-deal scenario until UK Government extended its funding guarantee. Welsh Government now needs to improve oversight and scrutiny of the Programme
While rural Wales is a great place to live and work, reductions in public spending, socio-economic change, poor infrastructure and ongoing challenges of service delivery are adversely affecting the 600,000 or so people who live there