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The Attorney General has suggested the law could be changed to give greater protection to alleged rape victims following the Ched Evans case. The Welsh footballer was found not guilty of raping a 19-year-old woman at a retrial following a five-year battle to clear his name. In a rare move,…
The Chair of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), Professor Alexis Jay, is in Cardiff today to attend an event at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium to mark the opening of the Inquiry’s Welsh office and the start of the Inquiry’s Truth Project in Wales. The Chair will be accompanied…
The 14th annual Wales Care Awards took place in Cardiff over the weekend with the winners celebrating at City Hall in Cardiff. There were 15 main awards plus four special awards announced on the night – the Dignity in Care Award, sponsored by the Welsh Government, the Bryn Terfel Foundation…
The Care Council for Wales are inviting you to have your say on the new qualifications for health and social care and get involved with reviewing the Social Care Induction Framework (SCIF). The Care Council is hosting a series of focus groups in November and December to review the SCIF,…
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