Wefan Gymraeg

Farm funding must be protected after Brexit

Speaking at the Royal Welsh Show, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have called for the UK Government to ensure Welsh farmers receive not a penny less after Brexit.

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New EU Agri-Food Training Investment A Win For Wales

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have welcomed a £7.3m EU-backed funding package to assist agri-food businesses and develop agricultural skills in Wales.

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Food and Fun scheme offered to 2,500 pupils in most deprived parts of Wales

Primary school pupils in some of Wales’ most deprived communities will enjoy nutritious meals and fun educational activities in the summer holidays thanks to a £500,000 investment announced today by Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Secretary Kirsty Williams.

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Welsh Lib Dems Welcome Extension of HPV Vaccine to Boys

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have welcomed the announcement from Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Services Vaughan Gething that the HPV vaccine will be extended to boys, which follows the recommendation of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).

 

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Welsh Lib Dems call for new deal between tenants and landlords

Responding to concerns raised by Shelter Cymru about ‘no fault evictions’, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have called for wholesale reform of the rules of the private rented sector.

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Brexit clock ticking

As the crucial EU summit gets underway, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have claimed it’s not too late for Theresa May to change course and protect Wales and the UK from the devastating consequences of Brexit.

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Conservatives’ neglect of Wales goes beyond Secretary of State

Ahead of the vote of no-confidence in Secretary of State for Wales Alun Cairns in the Assembly this afternoon, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have claimed the UK Government’s problems with Wales go far beyond the Secretary of State.

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Heathrow expansion highlights UK Government priorities

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have criticised the decision to build a third runway at Heathrow on the same day the UK Government rejected the crucial Swansea tidal lagoon.

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UK Government must heed Airbus warnings

Following the warning from Airbus it could quit the UK if the UK exits the Single Market and Customs Union without a transition deal, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have urged the UK Government to heed Airbus’ warning and keep the UK in the Single Market and Customs Union as a minimum.

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Plaid Cymru must clear up Brexit confusion

Following Leanne Wood’s endorsement of a referendum on the final Brexit deal during her appearance on Question Time last week, Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds has written to Leanne Wood, Plaid Cymru AMs and MPs urging clarity on their Brexit position.

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