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Free school meal campaign comes to the Assembly

As part of their campaign, the Welsh Liberal Democrats are holding a debate in the National Assembly today calling for the introduction of free school meals for all children of infant school age in Wales.

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Welsh Government must not fail the Welsh Uplands and Lamb Industry - William Powell AM

William Powell AM, Welsh Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Rural Affairs, has today reiterated the need for the Welsh Government to support farmers in the Welsh Uplands amid fears that the Welsh Labour Government's decisions on CAP reform will make many Upland farms unsustainable.

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Serious questions raised about the secondment of ABMUHB former director of nursing

Kirsty Williams, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has raised serious concerns about the secondment of the Director of Nursing at Abertawe Bro Morgannwg health board to the Chief Nursing Officer's office.

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Still no evidence that Welsh Government’s education policies can raise standards - Aled Roberts

Commenting on the Annual Report by the schools inspectorate in Wales, Estyn, which was published today, Aled Roberts, Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Minister for Education in the National Assembly, said:

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Peter Black AM responds to Williams Commission report

Responding to the Williams Commission's report, Peter Black, Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Minister for Local Government, said:

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A dedicated Uplands Package must be included in next RDP period – William Powell AM

William Powell AM, Welsh Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Rural Affairs, has reiterated his call for the Welsh Government to reverse its decision to abandon Welsh Upland farmers and ensure that the RDP (within Pillar 2 of the CAP) includes a dedicated and fully resourced Uplands package to support farmers.

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Peter Black AM welcomes Labour Government u-turn

The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black has welcomed the news that the Minister for Culture and Sport has abandoned plans to merge the heritage body, CADW with the Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales.

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‘Welsh Labour’s poverty of ambition is holding Wales back’- Kirsty Williams

2014 must be the year when Wales stops expecting to find itself languishing at the bottom of the league tables and aims higher to reach its potential, Kirsty Williams, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats has argued.

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Welsh Government must use CAP to support the Welsh Uplands – William Powell AM

Speaking before this afternoon's statement on CAP (Common Agriculture Policy), William Powell AM has urged the Welsh Government to introduce a dedicated scheme to support farms in Wales' most challenging areas.

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Mark Williams asks Secretary of State for Wales to secure funding for storm damaged areas

Ceredigion's Welsh Liberal Democrat MP Mark Williams has asked the Secretary of State for Wales in today Question session in the House of Commons, about additions funds for Ceredigion and other flood and storm damaged areas of the UK, following the recent weather.

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