Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
Adam Price has stated that Plaid Cymru would hold an independence referendum within five years if it came to power in May's Senedd election.
Claiming to offer the ‘most radical programme’ in ‘any Welsh election since 1945’, Plaid said its plans include creating 60,000 green jobs, extending free school meals and social care free at the point of need.
Launching its manifesto, party leader Price said the ‘practical, deliverable and fully costed policies’ would lead to a ‘fairer, greener, and more prosperous future for Wales’.
Plaid also says that it will cut average council tax bills, introducing a weekly child payment rising to £35 a week, and delivering 50,000 social and affordable homes.
However, the standout pledge is that the party would deliver a referendum within the next Senedd term if it was in government after 6 May.
Price said: "We believe independence to be the only sure and sustainable means to achieving social and economic progress. So, a Plaid Cymru government will empower the people of Wales to decide the future of our nation in an independence referendum."
The transition from portal to cloud based services is not new. Launching G-Cloud in 2012, the government has been working to transitioning their data and infrastructure to cloud based computing.
digitech21 will seek to demystify the increasingly complex technology landscape and will showcase a host of public sector best practice case studies and the very best solution providers, each of whom are helping organisations to transform and improve the way in which the public sector delivers services to the citizen.
Polly Billington explores local clean energy partnerships and the benefits of generating energy near to where it is used as we progress towards Net Zero