Wefan Gymraeg

No Brexit the Only Option

Responding to the Prime Minister’s claim that it is a choice between her deal with the EU, no deal or no Brexit, the Welsh Lib Dems have argued that no Brexit is the only viable option.

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The People Must Have the Final Say on Brexit

The Welsh Lib Dems have argued that no Brexit deal can be as good as the current deal we have with the EU and that it must be the people, not politicians who decide on Brexit.

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Welsh Lib Dems’ concessionary bus pass scheme to be extended

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have today welcomed news that the MyTravelPass discounted bus travel scheme for younger people will be extended to include everyone aged 16 to 21 resident in Wales.

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Welsh Lib Dems Investing in Teachers

Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has announced the single biggest investment in support for Wales’ teachers since devolution through a groundbreaking £24m package to help teachers deliver Wales’ new curriculum.

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Welsh Lib Dems delivering more funding for disadvantaged pupils

Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, Jane Dodds, has welcomed news that the new PDG Access fund is to be doubled.

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Brexit Already Destroying Welsh Jobs

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have cited the recent announcement of the closure of the Schaeffler plant in Llanelli as proof that Brexit uncertainty is already hurting the Welsh Economy.

The Schaeffler company employs more than 1,000 people across UK, with 220 of those being based in their Llanelli facility. The Company's European CEO has stated that the "need to plan for various complex scenarios" has brought about the reorganisation which is endangering the Llanelli.

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have long warned of the danger Brexit will pose to the Welsh economy and are consistently campaigning to give the people the final say on the Brexit deal.

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Welsh Lib Dems Protecting Rural Schools

A new code introduced today by Welsh Liberal Democrat Cabinet Secretary for Education Kirsty Williams is another example of the transformational impact Welsh Lib Dems are having on rural schools and rural Wales.

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Don’t Let Down Welsh Farmers

Following the closure of the Welsh Government’s Brexit and Our Land consultation, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have urged the Welsh Government to carefully listen to the views of farmers and ensure farmers are not let down as they begin to consider their response.

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Budget a Missed Opportunity

Following the UK Government’s budget, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have criticised the Chancellor for failing to seize the opportunity to truly end austerity and create a fairer, more prosperous Wales.

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Budget an opportunity to show Wales can do better

Ahead of the UK Government's budget, Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds writes on what we hope will be included in the budget and the Wales we hope it will help to create.

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