Wefan Gymraeg

Alec Dauncey: EU roaming fees cut again

Welsh Liberal Democrat European candidate, Alec Dauncey, has welcomed the coming into force of new EU caps on mobile phone roaming fees this week, which will reduce the cost of data roaming by over a third and further reduce the cost of making calls and sending messages when visiting another EU country.

 

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“Education Bill must deliver for children and young people” says Aled Roberts

As the Education (Wales) Bill is introduced to the National Assembly for Wales, Aled Roberts, Welsh Liberal Democrats Shadow Education Minister, said:

 

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Welsh Liberal Democrats oppose the Welsh Government’s use of an Emergency Bill due to democratic deficit

William Powell AM, Welsh Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Rural Affairs, will today oppose the introduction of an unprecedented Emergency Bill in response to the UK Government's 2010 decision to abolish the Agricultural Wages Board.

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‘Education Minister must provide clarity to profession’ – Aled Roberts

Wales' education system needs clarity from the new Education Minister on where he stands on a number of vital on-going issues, according to Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Education Minister Aled Roberts.

 

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Local party members select Steve Churchman as Ynys Môn candidate

Steve Churchman has been selected as the Welsh Liberal Democrat candidate for the up and coming Ynys Môn by-election.

Speaking following his selection by a one member one vote ballot of local party members, Steve said: "It is a great honour to be selected by members to be the Welsh Liberal Democrat candidate in this by-election.

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Prison announcement is a huge boost for North Wales – Aled Roberts AM

Aled Roberts, Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for North Wales, has welcomed the announcement by Danny Alexander, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, that a new prison is to be built in North Wales.

 

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Swansea University’s appeal deadline ‘inconsiderate and unthinking’

The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black has criticised Swansea University for the seven-day deadline it imposes on students wishing to appeal against their degree results.

 

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'A spending round that delivers Lib Dem priorities on investment and improving our public services' - Mark Williams

Commenting following the Chancellors Comprehensive Spending Review this afternoon, Welsh Liberal Democrat Welsh Affairs Spokesperson Mark Williams said:

 

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Secretary of State for Wales is misguided on devolution settlement says Welsh Liberal Democrats AM

Claims by the Secretary of State for Wales that the current devolution settlement does not need major changes are misguided and could help to entrench an unsatisfactory system in place where the courts become the final arbiter of laws rather than the electorate, the Welsh Liberal Democrats Assembly Member, Peter Black has said.

 

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Ambulance response targets not met in a year

Today marks the twelfth successive month where ambulance response times targets have been missed.

 

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