Wefan Gymraeg

“Latest teacher training review requires urgent and effective implementation” – Aled Roberts

Commenting on today's report on Initial Teacher Training by Professor Ralph Tabberer, Aled Roberts, Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Spokesperson said:

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'Annual report glosses over appalling state many services are in'- Kirsty Williams

Commenting on the Chief Executive's Annual Report into the NHS, Kirsty Williams, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, said:

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“All pupils should expect an excellent education” – Aled Roberts

Commenting on today's Welsh Conservative debate in the Assembly, Aled Roberts, Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Spokesperson said:

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MP appalled at Arriva Buses Wales cutbacks

Ceredigion's Welsh liberal Democrat MP Mark Williams said he was appalled at Arriva's course of action. Commenting, he said:

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Business Minister costing Wales jobs due to business rates relief uncertainty

Eluned Parrott, Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Business Minister, has accused the Business Minister of costing Wales jobs due to uncertainty over the future of business rate relief for charities.

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‘Active Travel Bill must lead to a healthier and environmentally friendlier Wales’- Eluned Parrott

Speaking before the vote on the Active Travel Bill, Eluned Parrott, Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Minister for Transport, said:

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“Regional working must focus on raising educational standards” – Aled Roberts

Commenting on today's Oral Statement on the Review of Education from the Minister for Education, Aled Roberts, Welsh Liberal Democrat AM for North Wales and the party's Spokesperson on Education said:

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Warning systems must be in place if LHBs move to three year budgets - Peter Black AM

Commenting on the Welsh Government's National Health Service Finance Bill that seeks to give Welsh health boards three years to balance budgets instead of one year, Peter Black, Welsh Liberal Democrats Finance Spokesperson, said:

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First Minister accused of taking easy way out over free school meals in Wales

The First Minister has been accused of taking the easy way out after he refused to look into the merits of introducing free school meals for all infant children in Wales.

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Welsh Lib Dems call for ‘not spots’ to be a thing of the past

In their debate this week, the Welsh Liberal Democrats are calling for an end to internet and mobile 'not spots' in Wales.

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