Wefan Gymraeg

Trinity Mirror “clickbait journalism” plans could erode coverage of Welsh politics

Coverage of national and local politics in Wales could be greatly eroded under plans by Trinity Mirror to introduce click-through targets for its journalists, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have warned.

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Legality of Syrian drone strike must be questioned – Eluned Parrott AM

The public need to be assured that the recent targeted drone strike against Reyaad Khan was legal, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have said.

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Warm words on S4C must be met with hard cash – Aled Roberts AM

The BBC’s warm words on working with S4C must be matched with a commitment to sustainable funding for the future, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have said.

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Tory leader must condemn MP’s refugee comments – Kirsty Williams AM

The Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats has called on the Welsh Conservative Leader to distance himself from the “appalling” comments of a Tory MP regarding the refugee crisis.

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Welsh Liberal Democrat bus discount scheme will help young people access work

Wales’ new bus discount pass for 16-18 year olds will help break down barriers to accessing work, training and education, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have said on the day of its launch.

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Welsh Lib Dems launch “LGBT+ Rights are Human Rights” campaign

The Welsh Liberal Democrats are launching their campaign promoting the benefits of the Human Rights Act in advancing LGBT+ rights.

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Welsh Lib Dems snatch Tory MP's council seat in shock win

Welsh Liberal Democrats in Powys have won the Glasbury county council by-election, beating the Conservatives in the ward formerly held by Brecon and Radnorshire's Tory MP.

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Aled Roberts AM writes: A :...level results reflect commitment and determination

Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Education Minister Aled Roberts AM writes following today's AS and A level results...

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Wales should follow Scotland’s lead and shelve e-cigs ban

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have called on Welsh Labour Ministers to follow the lead of the Scottish Government and scrap their proposed ban of e-cigarettes in public places.

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Mark Williams lobbies supermarkets on prices paid to farmers

Welsh Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader Mark Williams has contacted the Chief Executives of all major supermarkets in the UK, asking them how much they are paying farmers for the milk and meat they are buying from them, and their local procurement policy.

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