Wefan Gymraeg

Give Tidal Lagoons the go ahead

Liberal Democrats have today announced that they would give the immediate go-ahead to the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project and start plans for a programme of tidal lagoons, including at Cardiff, Colwyn Bay, and Newport, creating over 34,000 jobs in Wales alone and opportunities for hundreds of businesses in the supply chain.

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£300m for schools in Wales

Liberal Democrat education spending pledges would mean an additional £330 million for Wales.

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Lib Dems to reinstate post-study work visas for STEM graduates

The Liberal Democrats have made a commitment to reinstate post-study work visas for graduates in STEM subjects who find suitable employment within six months of graduating. 

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Labour desperate to avoid talking about Brexit

In launching Labour's 5 point plan for the General Election, First Minister Carwyn Jones said that this will not be the Brexit election. Labour have let Wales down on Brexit.

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Theresa May’s Brexit a threat to our NHS

The NHS is already in crisis and Theresa May’s push for a hard Brexit will only make things worse. 

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Welsh NHS to benefit £300m under Lib Dem plans

Lib Dem spending plans would result in an additional £300m per year for the welsh NHS, the party has announced today.

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FUW warns of Brexit impact on Welsh farmers

FUW have today warned that Welsh farmers in Snowdonia could be “wiped out” by Brexit.

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Lib Dems hit highest ever membership on eve of local elections

The Liberal Democrats have hit their highest ever number of members, eclipsing the high watermark of 101,768 set in 1994.

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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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