Wefan Gymraeg

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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Wales Act a “landmark step” in Welsh devolution journey – Kirsty Williams

On the day that the Wales Bill receives Royal Assent, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have hailed the Act as a "landmark step" in the Welsh devolution journey.

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Homophobic bullying report shows Welsh Labour Government approach isn’t working

A report released by Stonewall Cymru showing that homophobic bullying is still a major issue demonstrates the Welsh Labour Government's bullying guidance isn't working, the Welsh Lib Dems have said.

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Wales lagging behind rest of UK on 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 Lib Dems signal support for campaign to re-open Aberystwyth to Carmarthen rail line

Ceredigion's Welsh Liberal Democrat MP Mark Williams has added support to the campaign to re-open the Aberystwyth to Carmarthen rail line, marking the 50th Anniversary of the last use of the train line (on 12th December 1964) by visiting the signal box records collected that day by Bryn Ebenezer, Penparcau.

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Kirsty Williams scoops AM of the Year 2014 award

Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Kirsty Williams won the AM of the Year award at the Welsh Political Awards last night.

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‘Dog breeding bill doesn’t go far enough to tackle the problem’ - William Powell

The Welsh Government's legislation on animal welfare does not go far enough to tackle many of the issues surrounding dog breeding in Wales, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have claimed today.

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