Wefan Gymraeg

Government should be lender of last resort for Tata steel, say Lib Dems

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron and Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Kirsty Williams have said the Government must be the ‘investor of last resort’ to the Tata Steelworks in Port Talbot.

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Inconceivable that Assembly doesn't reconvene over Tata steel - Peter Black AM

Peter Black AM has called for the National Assembly to be reconvened following reports that Tata is expected to announce the sale of its UK business.

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Janet Ellard selected as Welsh Lib Dem Ogmore by-election candidate

Former languages teacher Janet Ellard has been unanimously selected by local Welsh Liberal Democrat members as their candidate in the upcoming Ogmore Parliamentary by-election.

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Welsh Lib Dems to extend More Nurses Bill in next Assembly

The Welsh Liberal Democrats would extend the More Nurses Bill to include mental health wards, maternity wards and community nurses, Kirsty Williams AM has announced on Monday.

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‘Illiberal Labour wrong to try and ban e-cigs’ – Kirsty Williams AM

Kirsty Williams AM has slammed the Labour government for trying to ban the use of e-cigarettes despite evidence saying this could harm public health.

 

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“Tolls should be scrapped, not just cut” - Kirsty Williams responds to UK Budget

Kirsty Williams AM has labelled the proposed cut to the Severn Bridge tolls as “pathetic” and has called for the unfair tolls to be scrapped completely.

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Over three quarters of GPs say Labour Government extended hours policy has failed

77% of GPs believe that the Labour Government’s headline policy to improve patient access to GPs has failed, a new survey published today has revealed.

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Labour’s transgender plan “completely unambitious” say Welsh Lib Dems

The Welsh Labour Government’s transgender action plan fails to address some of the most pressing issues faced by trans people in Wales, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have said.

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Welsh Lib Dems announce unique childcare plans for an Opportunity Economy

As part of their vision for an Opportunity Economy, the Welsh Liberal Democrats are today announcing that they are the only party offering free childcare for families with children aged nine months and over.

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New housing figures reveal Labour’s poverty of ambition

Labour’s poverty of ambition is exacerbating Wales’ housing crisis, Peter Black AM has said today after new figures show that the number of homes started to be built has declined.

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