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Put mental health on equal footing, say Welsh Lib Dems

The Welsh Liberal Democrats are calling for mental health to be given parity of emphasis with physical health in the Welsh NHS.

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Welsh Lib Dems call for sex and relationships education expansion

Age-appropriate sex and relationships education (SRE) should be offered in all primary schools from Key Stage 2 upwards, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have said.

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Welsh Lib Dems reaffirm safe standing commitment

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have today reaffirmed their manifesto commitment to introduce safe standing areas in football grounds.

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BREAKING: Welsh Government agree to Welsh Lib Dem NHS Commission plan

The Welsh Health Minister has agreed in principle with the Welsh Liberal Democrat plan for a cross-party and no-party Commission to plan for the future of the Welsh NHS.

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Welsh Lib Dems publish 2015 manifesto front page

The front of the Welsh Liberal Democrats' manifesto contains five priorities to build a stronger economy and a fairer society, creating opportunity for everyone in Wales.

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Cardiff Region City Deal would revitalise our economy – Eluned Parrott AM

A City Deal for Cardiff and the Valleys would be a golden opportunity to rejuvenate the south Wales economy, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have said today.

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Welsh Government must work to secure future of Wales YFC - William Powell AM

Following the news that Wales YFC has been unsuccessful in its recent bid for a renewal of its core funding, William Powell AM has today called on the First Minister to ensure that the impact that this loss of funding will have on the future of the Young Farmers' Movement in Wales is fully assessed.

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REVEALED: £60m spent on Welsh agency nurses in 4 years

Figures uncovered by the Welsh Liberal Democrats have revealed that Welsh NHS spending on agency nurses has nearly doubled in just a year.

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Tory plans to slash education would have dire consequences for Wales

The Conservatives' failure to rule out cutting the English education budget means that Wales would lose out under their plans, Jenny Willott MP has said.

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Keep Six Nations on free TV, says Kirsty Williams

Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Kirsty Williams AM is writing to the Chief Executive of the Six Nations rugby tournament urging him to keep coverage on free-to-air television.

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