Wefan Gymraeg

Welsh Labour Government should accept its M4 plans are doomed - Eluned Parrott AM

Eluned Parrott AM has called on the Welsh Government to accept that its flawed proposals for the M4 are doomed.

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Our poorest children are still being let down by Labour - Aled Roberts

The poorest children in Wales are being let down by the Welsh Labour Government, Aled Roberts AM has argued today following the publication of the second 'State of the nation' report into social mobility and child poverty.

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Welsh unemployment rate gap a cause for concern - Eluned Parrott

Figures released today showing an increasing gap in unemployment rates between Wales and the UK average are a cause for concern, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have said.

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REVEALED: Nearly 1,400 Welsh patients waiting over a year for NHS treatment

Shocking figures published by the Welsh Liberal Democrats reveal that nearly 1,400 patients in Wales are being forced to wait over a year until the start of their treatment.

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‘Time for a focus on mental health'– Kirsty Williams AM

Kirsty Williams, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has called for the Welsh Labour Government to do more to support people in Wales suffering from mental health.

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Welsh Lib Dems secure major £223m deal

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have announced today that they have secured a £223m two year budget deal that prioritises the futures of our children and young people, and helps to ensure opportunity for all from cradle to college.

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Schools need stability and support after banding fiasco - Aled Roberts

This morning, the Welsh Government announced that their controversial school banding system will be replaced with a new scheme based on individual pupil data.

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Establish a Commission to plan for future Welsh NHS, says Kirsty Williams

An all-party and non-party Commission must be created to ensure Wales has an NHS that is clinically and financially sustainable, the Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats has said.

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Poor response times show Welsh ambulance service still in crisis

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have said that the Welsh ambulance services are "in crisis" as figures published today show yet another decline in ambulance response times, despite pledges by the Welsh Labour Health Minister to improve the service in three months.

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No going back from votes at 16 - Kirsty Williams

KKirsty Williams portrait irsty Williams, Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has said that the Scottish referendum must be used as a springboard for votes at 16 to be extended to all elections.

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