Wefan Gymraeg

Baroness Humphreys highlights value of EU Funding

Welsh Liberal Democrat Baroness Christine Humphreys has highlighted the value of EU funding to Wales in a speech on the EU Withdrawal Bill in the House of Lords.

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Brexit can still be stopped

With one year to go until we leave the EU, the damage Brexit will do to Wales is becoming increasingly clear. It is not too late to stop Brexit and give Wales a better future.

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Kirsty Williams launches new Foundation Phase Excellence Network

A new network which aims to improve the teaching and learning of the Foundation Phase across all schools and education settings in Wales was launched today by Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Secretary Kirsty Williams.

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Have your say on Assembly Electoral Reform

Make your thoughts known on the recommendations of the expert panel for Assembly Reform, led by Prof. Laura McAllister. You can also meet Professor McAllister at Spring Conference, where she'll be appearing at a fringe event discussing the report.

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Cuts to youth services deeply concerning

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have expressed deep concerns over cuts by councils to youth services across Wales. Particularly worrying are the proposed cuts in Gwynedd which would lead to the closure of every youth club in the county.

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Clarity on Shared Prosperity Fund urgently needed

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have called on the UK government to urgently provide greater clarity on their proposed “Shared Prosperity Fund” as Brexit draws nearer.

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Councils must be larger, stronger and more accountable

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have broadly welcomed the statement this afternoon from Cabinet Secretary Alun Davies AM on local government reorganisation, whilst reminding the Welsh Government that larger local authorities must be accountable to their communities and cannot be based on arbitrary lines on a map.

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Lib Dems challenge Chancellor to act on Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

The Liberal Democrats have challenged the Chancellor to commit to giving the go ahead to the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon.

The Liberal Democrats have long fought for a greater use of tidal power and for a programme of tidal lagoons, including at Cardiff, Colwyn Bay, and Newport, creating over 34,000 jobs in Wales alone and opportunities for hundreds of businesses in the supply chain.

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International Women’s Day a reminder of work still to be done

On International Women’s Day 2018 it is right we recognise the immense contribution of brilliant women to Wales. However, the last 12 months are a stark reminder of how far society still has to go to achieve equality.

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Kirsty Williams announces £14 million for school repairs

Schools are to receive £14 million for small scale repairs and maintenance under plans announced by Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Secretary Kirsty Williams.

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