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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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Wales must unite in call for more powers

Welcoming the decision of the people of Scotland to reject separation from the United Kingdom, the Welsh Liberal Democrats are calling for the parties of Wales to unite in a call for the devolution of powers to a fully functioning Welsh Parliament.

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Wales should speak with one voice – William Powell

Ahead of the Scottish independence referendum tomorrow, Welsh Liberal Democrat AM William Powell writes about the future for Wales...

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Scotland 'vow' doesn’t lock out fair funding for Wales

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have today dismissed criticism that the vow taken by the three UK party leaders to protect the Barnett formula in Scotland means the formula can't be reformed for Wales.

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Damning report lifts the veil on ineffective Jobs Growth Wales – Eluned Parrott

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have criticised the Welsh Labour Government's flagship Jobs Growth Wales (JGW) scheme after the Government's own interim report identified a number of weaknesses with the scheme.

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‘Caerleon campus announcement is another broken promise' - Aled Roberts

Commenting on reports that Caerleon Campus is set to close, Aled Roberts, Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Education Minister, said:

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Wales must show united front for more powers or it risks being marginalised’ - Kirsty Williams AM

Kirsty Williams, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has warned that Wales could be left marginalised unless political parties unite in promising more powers for Wales.

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Fathers to get six weeks paternity leave under Lib Dem plans

Liberal Democrats will give fathers an extra four weeks paternity leave under manifesto plans announced today.

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Welsh Lib Dem persuades DHL to drop rural delivery charges

Mark Williams, the Welsh Liberal Democrat MP for Ceredigion, has welcomed the news from DHL that as of 1st January 2015, no areas of Wales will be charged for delivery just for being in a rural area.

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Safe standing for football fans

A Liberal Democrat government would allow football clubs in the top divisions to introduce safe standing areas into their grounds.

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