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Oli Scarff/Getty Images Nicky Morgan, the new women's minister, has indicated that the Conservatives are prepared to consider all-women shortlists if no progress is made on improving the party's proportion of female MPs at the election next year.
Women-only shortlists should be considered for every seat' Julie Morgan says statistics for women MPs are 'shocking' Women-only shortlists should be considered by the Labour Party for every Westminster seat that comes up in Wales, according to
The first minister is "frightened" of taking responsibility over income tax powers, Welsh Lib Dem leader Kirsty Williams has claimed. The UK Government announced it was to transfer some financial powers to the Welsh Assembly, including some over
Homes plan appeal rejected by Cardiff Council Llanishen reservoir owner Western Power Distribution has tried for more than a decade to build 324 houses at the site Plans for hundreds of homes on the site of a reservoir in Cardiff have been rejected
After a lengthy and sometimes heated exchange of words between the Seatonville Village Board and supporters of the Seat-N-Fille Tap, board members decided to give bar owner Julie Morgan one more chance. Before Monday's meeting, things didn't look too
in Welsh dog attack microchip debate Mrs Morgan's research turned up attacks by Staffordshire bull terriers and many other breeds An assembly member is to lead a Senedd debate later on introducing compulsory microchipping for dogs in Wales.
An Edmonton man has admitted driving his van over a man's head, dragging him through the parking lot of a south-side nightclub and then fleeing the scene. Trevor Wayne Cooper, 22, pleaded guilty Monday in Court of Queen's Bench to charges of
John Webber, 29, pleaded guilty to robbery and was sentenced to 30 months in prison after getting 18 months credit for the nine months he served in pre-trial custody. Crown prosecutor Julie Morgan told court Webber met up with co-accused Lee Lauman
Their appeal, filed Friday in Benton County Superior Court, seeks to overturn a June 28 decision of the Kennewick Board of Adjustment. Joshua Cole Morgan and his wife, Julie Morgan, say the denial of a permit for a church at 3400 S. Jean St. violated
The Kennewick Board of Adjustment voted 4-0 to deny Cole and Julie Morgan's appeal to set up a church inside their home at 3400 S...The couple wanted the board to overturn city staff's denial of a conditional use permit. It took two votes and more