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Time for Tories to come clean on fair funding

Following his reappointment as Welsh Secretary, Kirsty Williams has called on Stephen Crabb to come clean on his party’s position on fair funding for Wales.

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Influential health committee backs Lib Dem ‘More Nurses’ Bill

The Welsh Assembly’s Health and Social Care Committee has unanimously endorsed the general principles of Kirsty Williams’ ‘More Nurses’ Bill.

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Join the Welsh Lib Dem fightback today

Thousands of people have joined the Liberal Democrats since Thursday. Become part of our growing family today.

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Kirsty Williams pays tribute to Nick Clegg

Following the announcement by Nick Clegg that he will resign as Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Kirsty Williams, Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats said:

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Nick Clegg highlights Lib Dem red lines for Wales

Speaking ahead of a visit to Cardiff, Nick Clegg has highlighted the Liberal Democrats’ six red lines that must be agreed to as part of any coalition negotiations in the next government.

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REVEALED: Other parties’ plans to use Severn Tolls as ‘cash cow’

Figures published today show how three political parties intend to use the Severn Bridge tolls as a ‘cash-cow’ once they come back into public ownership.

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Prioritising public sector workers is a Lib Dem red line

Welsh Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader Roger Williams has today announced a final ‘red line’ that the party would demand in any coalition negotiations.

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Five green laws for a greener Wales

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have today unveiled the party’s five new laws it would introduce to protect the environment.

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Labour First Minister not confident of Westminster majority

Carwyn Jones has become the most senior elected Labour politician in the UK to openly accept the likelihood that his party will not win an overall majority.

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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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