Wefan Gymraeg

5 times more young people waiting over 14 weeks for mental health services

The number of children and young people in Wales waiting over 14 weeks to access psychiatric services is nearly five times higher than two years ago, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have revealed today.

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Welsh Government forced into u-turn on withdrawal of Environment Grants

Environmental groups across Wales are celebrating the news that the Welsh Labour Government have reversed their decision to withdraw the existing funding scheme which many of them are dependent upon to continue their community projects and activities.

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'Tory plans on electrification are as clear as mud' - Eluned Parrott

It would be completely unacceptable for Welsh passengers to have to wait even longer for the electrification of the Great Western Line, Eluned Parrott, Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Transport Minister has said today.

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Fair voting system is our red line - Peter Black

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have made clear today that they would not support any local government reorganisation proposals without the introduction of a fair voting system.

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Welsh Lib Dems launch campaign to save S4C

The Welsh Liberal Democrats are today launching their campaign to save the future of S4C, following numerous Tory threats to either cut or abolish the BBC licence fee.

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Baroness Randerson calls for fair funding to be enshrined

Former Wales Office Minister Baroness Jenny Randerson will today call for the UK Government to be bold and enshrine fair funding into the Wales Bill.

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Transgender Action Plan doesn’t go far enough – Peter Black

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have welcomed the Welsh Government’s trans action plan, brought about by the party’s landmark debate, but says it falls short on many key issues.

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‘Labour’s withdrawal of funding for environmental groups is unjustifiable’ – William Powell

Several environmental groups across Wales are set to lose funding following an announcement that the Welsh Labour Government are withdrawing grants previously available through Environment Wales, a voluntary sector partnership.

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Wales still lags behind rest of UK on unemployment

The Welsh unemployment rate has risen by 3,000 over the last quarter, new figures released today show. This is the largest rise in unemployment of any UK region.

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Local councils “stitch-up” won’t wash with people of Wales – Peter Black

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have claimed today’s Labour announcement of proposed local government mergers are a “party-political stitch-up”.

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