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Dubs vote response - ‘This vote shames Britain’

MPs voted yesterday by a majority of 20 to reject an amendment which would keep Dubs child refugee scheme open. All 11 Welsh Conservative MPs voted against the amendment.

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Lib Dems will vote against the Brexit Bill following Third Reading

In an extremely rare move for the House of Lords the Liberal Democrats have tabled an amendment against the Brexit Bill at Third Reading.

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Lib Dems NHS and Social Care plans would mean more than £226m for Wales

Ahead of the UK Government Budget the Liberal Democrats have called for an extra £4bn funding in this week’s Budget for the NHS and Social Care services.

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Welsh Lib Dems campaign against hard Brexit

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have been campaigning across Wales urging MPs to oppose the Government’s hard Brexit plans and to vote to give EU nationals living in the UK the right to stay.

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Mark reiterates S4C funding calls during St David’s Day debate in Parliament

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion and Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has reiterated his calls for assurance from the government over continued funding for S4C during the St David’s Day debate that took place in Parliament this week.

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Mark raises Brexit impact on Higher Education during St David’s Day debate

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion and Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has raised concerns for higher education after Brexit during the St David’s Day debate that took place this week.

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Baroness Jenny Randerson calls for a ‘new federal state of equals.’

Baroness Jenny Randerson has called on the Government to respect the authority of the UK devolved government in the Brexit negotiations. Baroness Randerson has also called on the UK Government to use the repatriation of powers from the European Union to establish a new federal state of equals.

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Proposals for new teaching standards in Wales

New proposals to revamp teaching standards in Wales have been revealed by Welsh Lib Dem Education Secretary Kirsty Williams (Thurs 2nd March).

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EU doctors and nurses in Wales must be given right to stay

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have called for assurances that thousands EU nationals living in Wales are guaranteed the right to remain in Britain, as figures have revealed the extent to which NHS services rely on EU nationals.

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Healthy relationships an ‘essential part of a modern, inclusive curriculum’

Welsh Lib Dem Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has announced a new expert group to advise on healthy relationships in the current school curriculum is to be set up.

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