Jeremy Miles

Labour MS for Neath

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Labour MS for Neath

Entered the Senedd on 5 May 2016

Recent appearances

  • 7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Economic policy 12 Jun 2024

    We continue to back our businesses in Wales. Business Wales continues to support entrepreneurs—
  • 7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Economic policy 12 Jun 2024

    Diolch, Llywydd. Business Wales continues to support entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized enterprises in every part of the country; over £140 million in small business rate relief supports ratepayers for around 70,000 properties across Wales every year; an extra £78 million to provide a fifth successive year of support for retail, leisure and hospitality businesses; the Development Bank...
  • 7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Economic policy 12 Jun 2024

    Three billion pounds lower is what the UK Government's impact on the Welsh Government budget has been. EU funds previously used to fund employability, skills, innovation, business support and apprenticeships, which the Tories promised to replace, they've broken that promise, leaving a shortfall of £1.3 billion in the levelling-up and shared prosperity funds, meaning Wales has less control...

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