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Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Welsh Assembly Government

The Welsh Assembly Government is the executive arm of devolved government in Wales, comprising the First Minister, Welsh Ministers, Deputy Welsh Ministers and the Counsel General. It is responsible for most of the issues of day-to-day concern to the people of Wales, including the economy, health, education, and local government. It makes decisions; develops and implements policy; exercises executive functions and makes statutory instruments.

Welsh Assembly Government

  • Contact point
    Welsh Assembly Government
  • Address
    Cathays Park
    CF10 3NQ
  • Phone number
    0845 010 3300
    0845 010 4400
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