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“Timeline for HE review is both cynical and weak”- Aled Roberts

Responding to the Education Minister's announcement that he is to launch a Higher Education funding review, Aled Roberts, Shadow Education Minister, said:

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Kirsty Williams welcomes financial powers for Wales

Commenting on the Coalition Government's further announcement on the Silk Commission's recommendations, Kirsty Williams, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats said:

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Action needed to raise profile of apprenticeships in Wales - Eluned Parrott AM

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have today launched a report calling on the Welsh Government to look at practical ways to encourage young people to take up apprenticeships. The report, 'Widening Access to Apprenticeships', suggests ways to overcome some of the psychological and practical barriers that prevent young people from pursuing the apprenticeship route as a pathway to a career.

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Welsh Lib Dems propose three-point plan to stimulate the rural economy

Not enough is being done to help the economic recovery in rural Wales, the Welsh Liberal Democrats will claim in their Assembly debate on Wednesday.

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Welsh Labour Government at odds over PISA results

Aled Roberts, Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Minister for Education, has accused the Welsh Government of being at odds over its expectation for December's PISA results.

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Job loss figures are a stark reminder of life outside the EU - Alec Dauncey

Leaving the European Union could spark the loss of tens of thousands of jobs in Wales, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have said today.

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First Minister ducks out of leaders’ debate

The Welsh Labour Government has announced that the First Minister has decided not to take part in a leaders' debate on the Silk Commission and that the Finance Minister will attend in his place.

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Silk powers discussion with business sector must start now - Kirsty Williams

Kirsty Williams, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, is calling on the Welsh Government to convene businesses in Wales to examine how the newly announced powers over stamp duty and borrowing could help increase the supply of affordable homes and upgrade Wales' infrastructure.

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Why is the First Minister running scared from leaders’ debate? – Kirsty Williams

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have accused the First Minister of 'running scared' after it has been revealed that he has still not decided whether he is to take part in a leaders' debate on the Coalition Government's recent Silk Commission announcement, despite being asked Friday morning.

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Silk announcement is good news for Wales - Kirsty Williams

Kirsty Williams, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has warmly welcomed the announcement made by both the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister that they will accept the key recommendations of the Silk Commission on tax and borrowing powers.

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