Wefan Gymraeg

Wales strongly opposed to a no deal Brexit

Following a Sky data poll showing 73% of Welsh voters would vote to remain in the event of a no deal Brexit, the Welsh Lib Dems have called for the people to be given the final say on Brexit.

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Supporting People Programme must be protected

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have backed the Cymorth Cymru led campaign to protect the Supporting People Programme and praised the vital funding the programme provides to organisations supporting vulnerable people.

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Welsh Lib Dems call for better rural mental healthcare

Speaking at the Royal Welsh Show, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have called for better mental healthcare in rural areas to deal with the unique needs and experiences of rural communities.

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Farmers need an Exit from Brexit

Speaking at the Royal Welsh Show, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have called for an exit from Brexit to protect Welsh agriculture and rural communities.

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Urgent summit on drought needed

The Welsh Liberal Democrats urgently call on the Welsh Government to consider bringing forward payments from the BPS (Basic Payment Scheme) to alleviate financial hardship resulting from the ongoing drought.

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Baroness Humphreys delivers Brexit warning

Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Wales and Welsh Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader Baroness Chris Humphreys has used a speech in the House of Lords to warn about the consequences of Brexit for Welsh agriculture and the Welsh economy.

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Welsh Lib Dems Transforming Rural Education - Kirsty Williams

Speaking at the Royal Welsh Show, Welsh Liberal Democrat Cabinet Secretary for Education has highlighted the transformative changes taking place to rural education and hailed the Welsh Liberal Democrats’ proud record of standing up for rural communities.

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Farm funding must be protected after Brexit

Speaking at the Royal Welsh Show, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have called for the UK Government to ensure Welsh farmers receive not a penny less after Brexit.

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New EU Agri-Food Training Investment A Win For Wales

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have welcomed a £7.3m EU-backed funding package to assist agri-food businesses and develop agricultural skills in Wales.

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Food and Fun scheme offered to 2,500 pupils in most deprived parts of Wales

Primary school pupils in some of Wales’ most deprived communities will enjoy nutritious meals and fun educational activities in the summer holidays thanks to a £500,000 investment announced today by Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Secretary Kirsty Williams.

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