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More commitment needed to Welsh language education – Aled Roberts AM

Speaking at the Eisteddfod, Aled Roberts AM has accused the Welsh Labour Government of having a ‘superficial’ commitment to Welsh medium education.

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'We will help you achieve the dream of owning your own home' - Peter Black AM

The Welsh Lib Dems today launched ambitious plans to help first-time buyers get on the property ladder.

Under the party’s plans, people in Wales will be able to buy their own home without a deposit.

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Veronica German chosen to lead South Wales East list for Welsh Lib Dems

Local Welsh Liberal Democrats have chosen the party’s candidates for the South Wales East region at next year’s Assembly elections.

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Welsh Lib Dem youth bus discount scheme to start in September

The Welsh Liberal Democrats’ Young Person’s Concessionary Bus Fare scheme will be launched in September 2015, it has been announced today.

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Welsh Lib Dems launch 3 point plan for a better NHS

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have today launched their 3-point plan for the NHS that puts patients first.

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Fresh concerns over Great Western line rail electrification

New trains being introduced to Wales in 2017 could actually deliver slower travel times for passengers, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have has said today.

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'Welsh Lib Dem fightback underway' as Rob Walsh gains Llay from Labour

Welsh Liberal Democrat Rob Walsh has said that he is honoured to be elected as the new councillor for Llay on Wrexham Council.

 

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Tim Farron elected new Liberal Democrat Leader

Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Kirsty Williams AM has congratulated Tim Farron on his victory in the Liberal Democrat leadership election.

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Resetting the Dial - Kirsty Williams sets out roadmap for 2016

Kirsty Williams, the Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats has said today that she wants to 'reset the dial for the Welsh Liberal Democrats'.

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REVEALED: Over 10,000 complaints by Welsh NHS workers to bosses about lack of staff

Shocking figures uncovered by the Welsh Liberal Democrats show that over 10,000 complaints have been registered by NHS workers in Wales with their bosses about the lack of qualified staff available.

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