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Welsh Liberal Democrats will deliver real change for you and your community.

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The Welsh Liberal Democrats will put people at the centre of delivering better, more efficient public services, and will fight for more accountable and transparent local councils.

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Kirsty Williams launches online testing for reading and numeracy

National reading and numeracy tests in Welsh schools are set to replace paper with innovative online assessments that adapt to a pupil’s abilities, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced today (Tues 2nd May).

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Welsh Lib Dems will fight for more accountable councils.

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have committed to making our local councils more democratic, more accountable and more transparent.

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Welsh Liberal Democrats will ensure dignity in care.

The Welsh Liberal Democrats will put the needs of patients first in delivering compassionate, dignified and person-centred social care.

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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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