Wefan Gymraeg

Welsh Lib Dems vote against Education Bill

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have voted against the Education (Wales) Bill that was presented to Assembly Members earlier this afternoon (Tuesday).

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‘Health Technologies Fund must include new medicines’ – Kirsty Williams

The Welsh Liberal Democrats are calling for the Welsh Labour Government to view spending on modern medicines as an investment, rather than just a cost. The party believes that this should be done by extending the Health Technologies Fund to support the development of new medicines and to fund research into a stratified medicine approach.

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‘A budget that delivers for Wales’- Kirsty Williams

Responding to today's Budget announcement, Kirsty Williams, Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats commented:

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‘Ball now firmly in Welsh Government’s court’- Aled Roberts AM

Commenting on the findings of WJEC's Internal Review into this January's GCSE English Language Unit 1 and 2 results, Aled Roberts, Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Minister for Education said:

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‘Time for Wales to extend Pupil Premium to early years’ – Kirsty Williams

F Kirsty Williamsollowing an announcement that England is to have a new Early Years Pupil Premium, the Welsh Liberal Democrats are calling on the Welsh Labour Government to extend the Pupil Deprivation Grant to nursery pupils.

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Empty Homes target is empty words says Assembly Member

The Welsh Liberal Democrats Housing Spokesperson, Peter Black has expressed his concern at the lack of progress by the Welsh Government in bringing empty homes around Wales back into use.

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Welsh Lib Dem plans for concessionary schemes a step closer to reality

The Welsh Liberal Democrats' plans for concessionary bus schemes for young people, students and part-time workers came a step closer to becoming a reality last night when the Welsh Government agreed to support the party's plans.

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Impact Assessments should back up government policies – Aled Roberts

Aled Roberts, Welsh Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for the Welsh Language is today calling on the Welsh Government to use Equality Impact Assessment Guidance to check how its policies are impacting on the Welsh language.

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Assembly Member asks Minister to change planning law on Houses in Multiple Occupation

Speaking in the Welsh Assembly today, the Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black pressed the Minister for Housing and Regeneration to give local councils the power to better control the spread of houses in multiple occupation in residential areas.

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Welsh government remain unconvincing on GCSE results

Both the First Minister and Education Minister categorically failed to provide sufficient details on how they supported schools with regards to the introduction of the new English Language GCSE exams, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have today argued.

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