Wefan Gymraeg

Tories would take £1bn out of Welsh economy with 'regional pay' plans

Figures show that over £1bn would have been taken out of the Welsh economy had the Liberal Democrats not stopped the Tory’s plans for regional pay.

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Labour First Minister refuses to back scrapping Severn Tolls

Despite recognising that the Severn Bridge tolls have an adverse effect on the Welsh economy, Labour’s Carwyn Jones has again refused to back the Welsh Lib Dem campaign to scrap them.

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Welsh Lib Dems set out 'Countryside Charter' to boost rural economy

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have today set out a package of measures to help rural areas thrive.

The party’s ‘Countryside Charter’ will create thousands of new jobs and ensure people living in rural areas have access to the facilities they need to prosper.

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Lib Dems are the “guarantors of the economic recovery” – Jane Dodds

The latest fall in unemployment in Wales has shown the tough decisions taken by Liberal Democrats in Government have been worth it, party candidate Jane Dodds has said.

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Welsh Lib Dems release manifesto with opportunity at its heart

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have today released their 2015 General Election manifesto - a detailed and credible plan to build both a stronger economy and a fairer society.

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UKIP continue to deny man-made climate change

Welsh Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader Roger Williams has blasted UKIP Wales Leader Nathan Gill after he stated that his party doesn’t believe in man-made climate change.

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Lib Dems remain the only party to make credible commitment to NHS funding

As the Conservatives announce yet another unfunded spending commitment in this election campaign, one thing has become crystal clear: the Tories are trying to pull the wool over people's eyes when it comes to funding public services.

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Helping young adults out of the family home and into their own place

The Welsh Liberal Democrats announced plans today for a new Help to Rent scheme targeting support at young working adults who still live with their parents but want to move out and rent their own place.

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Lib Dems to extend Wales’ infrastructure investment powers

The Liberal Democrats would increase Wales’ ability to borrow to fund capital projects to £1bn, the party has announced today.

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Market panic shows need for stable government – Roger Williams

Amid panic in the currency markets, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have said that only their party can provide the stability that Britain needs in tough economic times.

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