Wefan Gymraeg

Over £50,000 of taxpayers' cash wasted on ‘pointless’ ad campaign

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have blasted the Labour Welsh Government for wasting over £52,000 on an advertising campaign intended to promote the South Wales Metro.

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“Deliver a better deal for rural areas or we’ll vote against Local Government settlement” - Kirsty Williams

Kirsty Williams AM, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has written to the First Minister today stating that her party will vote against the Local Government Settlement unless a better deal for rural authorities is put forward.

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Peter Black chosen to lead South Wales West list for Welsh Lib Dems

Welsh Liberal Democrat members have chosen the party’s lead candidates for the South Wales West Assembly regional list election.

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Labour must commit to zero emissions target following Paris talks – William Powell AM

Labour Ministers must back Welsh Liberal Democrat calls for a target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 100% in order to meet Wales’ obligations on the world stage, the party has said today.

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Labour meet education targets - but only with Welsh Lib Dem help

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have welcomed more ambitious targets for closing the attainment gap between richer and poorer pupils, after previous targets were met three years early after a key Welsh Lib Dem policy was implemented.

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‘Budget’s fresh ideas are all Welsh Lib Dem achievements’ - Peter Black AM

The positives that can be found in today’s Annual Draft Budget are all due to Welsh Liberal Democrat influence, the party has said today.

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“This Bill won’t improve public health – it will harm it” – Kirsty Williams AM

The Welsh Liberal Democrats will vote against the Public Health (Wales) Bill at every stage unless it deals with the true public health issues that face Wales, the party has announced today.

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Hundreds of Welsh community assets have closed due to Labour’s “dithering”

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have hit out at “dithering” Labour Ministers for failing to empower communities to protect vital assets like libraries and pubs, saying that hundreds have closed under Labour’s watch.

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Nursing student bursary cuts “bad news for Wales”

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have expressed concern at the UK Government’s decision to replace bursaries for nursing students with loans, saying it could have an adverse impact on the future nursing workforce in Wales.

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HIV prevention drugs should be available on Welsh NHS

Welsh Liberal Democrat AM Eluned Parrott has called for the Welsh Government to take steps to ensure that Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is available to people who are most at risk of contracting HIV.

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