Wefan Gymraeg

Fight for an open, tolerant and united country.

Brexit deal is a step in the right direction but much more needs to be done

The Welsh Liberal Democrats welcome the progress made by the UK Government and EU on the Irish border, EU citizen’s rights and divorce bill. However, crucial talks over the UK’s relationship with the EU must still take place and time is running out. The agreement avoids a hard border with Ireland...

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Kirsty Williams begins drive to improve science and technology in schools

Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Secretary, Kirsty Williams, will officially launch Wales’ new science and technology network today at Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhondda. The network for excellence will target the improvement of teachers' skills in science and technology and improve pupils' experience of th...

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Wales needs a new Beveridge Report

75 years on from the publication of the landmark Beveridge Report, the five “giant evils” of want, squalor, disease, ignorance and idleness remain widespread despite the report’s immense impact. Wales needs a new Beveridge Report for the 21st Century to finish the job. The Beveridge Report create...

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No place for President Trump in Wales

Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Jane Dodds has condemned President Trump's retweeting of Britain First and called for his state visit to be cancelled. "There is no place in society for the hatred, division and fear shown by Britain First everyday. To see the supposed leader of the free world give ...

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Social mobility not good enough

Tuesday’s Social Mobility in Great Britain: fifth state of the nation report by the Social Mobility Commission highlights the extent of inequality and the urgent need for greater action by the UK and Welsh Governments to improve social mobility and secure opportunity for Wales. The report found t...

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