Wefan Gymraeg

Financial incentives to attract graduates into teaching announced

Financial incentives of up to £20,000 per student to attract the best graduates into teaching subjects such as maths, chemistry, physics and computer science in Wales, have been announced by Education Secretary Kirsty Williams (Mon 3rd April).

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Great Repeal Bill - Mark Williams responds

Commenting on the Brexit Secretary’s remarks on the devolution of powers to the UK’s devolved administrations, Mark Williams MP said;

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Welsh Lib Dems vow to fight for vote of the people on final Brexit deal

Responding to the news that Theresa May has invoked Article 50, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats Mark Williams said:

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Triggering Article 50 - Mark Williams responds

Mark Williams MP responds to the triggering of Article 50 and outlines the Welsh Liberal Democrats negotiating priorities for Wales.

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No Brexit deal would do irreversible harm to Wales

Figures revealed today by thinktank Demos show that Wales is among the regions most likely to lose out from Brexit and possible tariffs on British exports.

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Increase in funding to help Wales’ most disadvantaged pupils

Changes to how the money used to support the most disadvantaged pupils in Wales will benefit those in nursery and reception and children in local authority care, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced today (Mon 27th March).

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New funding for musical instruments in schools

Every council in Wales is to receive an extra £10,000 to buy musical instruments for pupils, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced.

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The mood in Westminster is sombre and thoughtful today - Baroness Randerson

Baroness Jenny Randerson reflects on the Westminster attacks yesterday, 22nd March.

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Westminster attacks - Mark Williams responds

Mark Williams MP responds to the events that took place in Westminster yesterday.

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Welsh Lib Dems urge Government to do more to protect NHS staff.

Welsh Liberal Democrat health spokesperson Cllr Elizabeth Evans today revealed that more than 7,800 attacks on NHS staff have occurred in 2016, describing the figures as “utterly unacceptable”. 

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