Wefan Gymraeg

Electrification of the Cardiff to Swansea mainline in great doubt

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have raised concerns over the electrification of the Cardiff to Swansea mainline.

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New teacher training changes to attract the best to the profession – Kirsty Williams

New rules for the courses that train teachers in Wales are part of the drive to attract the best talent to the profession, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced today.

 

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Aled Roberts to lead review into Welsh education plans

Minister for the Welsh Language Alun Davies has announced that former Welsh Lib Dem AM Aled Roberts will lead a review of local council's Welsh in Education Strategic Plans (WESPs).

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Labour have abandoned 73,000 EU nationals living in Wales

Commenting on Brexit passing through both Houses, former Wales Officer Minister Baroness Randerson said;

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Welsh Lib Dem Conference rejects Tory brutal Brexit

On the second day of the Welsh Liberal Democrats’ Spring Conference delegates voted to reject Theresa May’s plans for a brutal Brexit.

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Welsh Lib Dems outline platform for local council elections

On the first day of the Welsh Liberal Democrats’ Spring Conference conference delegates voted overwhelmingly in favour of the Welsh Liberal Democrats’ commitment to local communities this May.

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Mark Williams MP calls for urgent action to save Swansea Community Farm

Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats and MP for Ceredigion visited Fforestfach Community Farm in Swansea, and was be joined by Cllr William Powell, former AM for Mid and West Wales, and President of FUW Glyn Roberts.

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Budget is ‘window dressing’ for Brexit

Commenting on the Spring Budget, Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats and MP for Ceredigion, Mark Williams MP said;

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Dubs vote response - ‘This vote shames Britain’

MPs voted yesterday by a majority of 20 to reject an amendment which would keep Dubs child refugee scheme open. All 11 Welsh Conservative MPs voted against the amendment.

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Lib Dems will vote against the Brexit Bill following Third Reading

In an extremely rare move for the House of Lords the Liberal Democrats have tabled an amendment against the Brexit Bill at Third Reading.

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