Wefan Gymraeg

On 22 May, your choice is simple.

Do you think Britain is better off in Europe or do you want us out of it? Will you back a party that will lead us towards the exit, or do you want your representatives to make sure Britain remains engaged with our neighbours - a leading country in our European backyard?

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‘EU must get tough on tax’ – Alec Dauncey

Following yesterday's EU Summit in Brussels, Welsh Liberal Democrat European Candidate Alec Dauncey, has backed a common European strategy to combat tax fraud, evasion and havens.

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Cross-border transport requires cross-government cooperation – Jenny Willott MP

Jenny Willott, MP for Cardiff Central, has welcomed the UK Government's response to a report on cross border road and rail links between England and Wales by the Welsh Affairs Committee.

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‘Liberal Democrats are creating a stronger economy in a fairer society’ – Kirsty Williams

Speaking during this afternoon's debate on the Queen's Speech, Kirsty Williams, Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, said:

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Kirsty Williams response to the South Wales Programme

Commenting on the publication of consultation proposals for the reconfiguration of health services in South Wales, Kirsty Williams, Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, said:

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Green sector must be placed at the heart of Welsh economic growth

William Powell AM, Welsh Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Energy and Environment, has called on the Welsh Government to ensure that the green sector is rooted at the heart of Wales' economic growth strategy.

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‘Welsh Government more interested in fighting UK counterparts than helping people’ – Eluned Parrott

Eluned Parrott has accused the Welsh Labour Government of being more interested in having a spat with the UK Government than in offering help to people in need of council tax benefit support.

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‘Wales needs its own NHS whistleblowing hotline’ - Kirsty Williams

Wales needs its own a whistleblowing hotline to allow NHS staff to be able to anonymously report their concerns, according to Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Kirsty Williams.

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