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‘A Wales that works for you’ – Welsh Lib Dems launch election manifesto

The Welsh Liberal Democrats will deliver a Wales that works for you, Kirsty Williams said today ahead of her party’s manifesto launch.

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£100 Council Tax cut for greener homes under Welsh Lib Dem plan

Households improving their energy efficiency by two bands would receive a £100-a-year council tax cut for 10 years under plans launched by the Welsh Liberal Democrats.

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Welsh Lib Dems will protect Higher Education funding

The Welsh Liberal Democrats would protect spending on higher education and support students with their living costs, the party has announced today.

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Welsh Lib Dems pledge £20 million package for farmers

The Welsh Liberal Democrats are today unveiling policies to support Wales’ farming industry, including a £20 million package for hill farmers and plans to enable farmers to be able to improve their resilience and competitiveness.

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Welsh Lib Dems would introduce NHS staff whistleblowing hotline

The Welsh Liberal Democrats would introduce an NHS whistleblowing hotline so that staff would be able to anonymously report their concerns, Kirsty Williams has said today.

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The world of puppet politicians - our latest broadcast

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have unveiled their party election broadcast. Click below to watch.

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Welsh Lib Dems to double number of apprenticeships starts

The Welsh Liberal Democrats will today outline a key election pledge to double the number of apprenticeship starts in Wales.

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Circuit of Wales saga begs questions of Labour economic competence

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have questioned Labour's economic competence as it was revealed today that Welsh Ministers have refused to underwrite the proposed Circuit of Wales project in Ebbw Vale - despite already spending £9million on the project.

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“First Minister's response on steel doesn’t go far enough” – Kirsty Williams AM

Labour Ministers must go much further in creating favourable conditions for Wales’ steel industry, Kirsty Williams has said today.

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“Questions marks over Carwyn Jones’ leadership during steel crisis” - Eluned Parrott

There are serious question marks over Carwyn Jones’ leadership during and in the build up to the steel crisis, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have said today.

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