Welsh Liberal Democrats will give our children the best start in life.

The Welsh Liberal Democrats are delivering an education system that is a source of national pride, giving our children the best start in life.

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Yet another Corbyn gaffe

Jeremy Corbyn will today deliver a speech highlighting the importance of cutting class sizes.

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Welsh Liberal Democrats will deliver for small businesses

The Welsh Liberal Democrats will make economic regeneration a priority for the next five years of local government.

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Welsh Lib Dems will deliver stronger, more open and more prosperous communities.

The Welsh Liberal Democrats offer a positive vision of what Wales can achieve. A Wales with strong communities, supported by efficient public services, and with local people in the driving seat. 

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Reckless resignation - Welsh Lib Dems respond

Former Conservative MP and current UKIP AM Mark Reckless is today set to quit the UKIP Assembly group.

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92 uncontested elections - Welsh Lib Dems respond

Following the close of nominations for candidates for the 2017 Local Government elections it was revealed that 92 seats will be uncontested in May. 

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UKIP are a rag-tag, in it for themselves Assembly group - Welsh Lib Dems

Commenting on the news that UKIP AM for North Wales Michelle Brown will face a vote of confidence by party members in North Wales, Cllr Peter Black said;

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Alun Emlyn-Jones, a great Liberal voice and a great Welshman - Baroness Randerson

This week I joined almost 600 others in a service to celebrate and remember the life of Alun Emlyn-Jones, who died a few weeks ago aged 94. The huge numbers at this service demonstrate the importance and significance of the contribution that Alun made to public life in Cardiff and well beyond.

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Financial incentives to attract graduates into teaching announced

Financial incentives of up to £20,000 per student to attract the best graduates into teaching subjects such as maths, chemistry, physics and computer science in Wales, have been announced by Education Secretary Kirsty Williams (Mon 3rd April).

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Great Repeal Bill - Mark Williams responds

Commenting on the Brexit Secretary’s remarks on the devolution of powers to the UK’s devolved administrations, Mark Williams MP said;

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