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Welsh ambulance response times reach new low

Kirsty Williams, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has described today’s ambulance figures as ‘appalling’ and ‘inexcusable’, after they show the worst response times since records began.

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Labour “hell bent on ignoring local democracy” over voluntary mergers

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have accused the Welsh Labour Government of lacking imagination over voluntary council mergers, as it emerged that all three bids for voluntary mergers have been rejected.

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Mark Williams MP urges action to protect Welsh dairy farmers

Welsh Liberal Democrat MP for Ceredigion Mark Williams has questioned the Secretary of State for Wales over what he is doing to assist the Welsh dairy industry.

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Wales still lags behind rest of UK on reducing unemployment

The Welsh unemployment rate is reducing at a slower rate than any other UK region, new figures released today show.

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Welsh Labour's A&E figures worst in over 5 years

Figures published today reveal that the Welsh Labour Government’s A&E waiting times figures are the worst of all the records available up to and including October 2009.

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Welsh Lib Dems would end six-figure ‘golden goodbyes’

Six-figure redundancy packages in the public sector would be a thing of the past under proposals announced today by the Welsh Liberal Democrats.

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Plaid’s “astonishing” hypocrisy on living wage and zero-hours contracts uncovered

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have uncovered figures that show nearly 4,000 people working for Plaid Cymru-led councils are not being paid the living wage, despite Plaid Cymru recently writing to organisations urging them to pay the living wage.

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"A stronger economy and a fairer society for 2015"

Kirsty Williams, Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, writes with her Christmas and New Year message.

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Welsh Lib Dems seek consensus on Assembly Votes at 16

Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Kirsty Williams is seeking cross-party consensus to let the Welsh Assembly set the voting age in Wales, so it can be lowered to 16 in time for the 2016 Assembly elections.

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Welsh Lib Dems choose Cadan ap Tomos as Cardiff West candidate

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have selected fluent Welsh speaker Cadan ap Tomos to stand in the 2015 General Election for the party in Cardiff West.

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