The Welsh Government, along with their coalition partners Plaid Cymru, are pushing ahead with plans to introduce a tourism tax in Wales.
Taxing the tourism industry is simply not the right thing to do as we rebuild from the pandemic and face ever-growing cost of living pressures.
For far too long, we have had to put up with a creaking transport network with long traffic jams and crumbling roads.
Without a doubt, the coronavirus pandemic dealt a major blow to the Welsh economy, but sadly things were bad before thanks to years of neglect from Labour governments in Cardiff Bay.
Our NHS staff go above and beyond every single day, but healthcare provision in South East Wales simply isn’t up to scratch.
Hospital waiting lists continue to spiral out of control, people cannot get an appointment to see their GP and there aren’t enough dentists.
I believe schoolchildren should be taught essential life skills when they are at school such as how to cook, how to budget, how mortgages work and how to sew.
I have spoken with many organisations across the region, who have all highlighted a major shortage of skills and staff.