Wefan Gymraeg

Logan Mwangi Verdict - Steps Must be Taken to Prevent Another Tragedy

Following the verdict handed down in the Logan Mwangi case today, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have reiterated their calls for an independent inquiry into Children's services in Wales to try and prevent any more tragedies.

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Concern Over Labour Plans to Tackle Begging in Cardiff

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have expressed concerns over Cardiff Council and South Wales Police plans to introduce a new begging protocol which would include the threat and use of fines to tackle begging and street homelessness in the city.

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Welsh Labour Special Conference – Labour Must Support a Democracy Fit for the Future

Ahead of Welsh Labour’s special conference on Senedd reform tomorrow (Saturday 2nd July), the Welsh Liberal Democrats have stated that Welsh Labour must be on the right side of history in building a stronger and more fair democracy in Wales.

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Welsh Lib Dems Welcome Judicial Review into Aberpergwm Coal Mine Expansion

Responding to the news that a judge approved a judicial review request by the Coal Action Network for the Aberpergwm coal mine expansion, Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds MS said:

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UK Gov Moves Against Worker's Rights a Disgrace

Responding to the news that the Conservative UK Government will seek to scrap a law on how trade unions operate in Welsh public services Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds MS said:
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Proposed Tea & Coffee Ban for Under 16s Outrageously illiberal

Proposals to consider banning the sale of tea and coffee to under-16s in Wales have been labelled ‘outrageously illiberal’ by the Welsh Liberal Democrats.

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Labour Still Failing on Building Safety in Wales

Responding to the announcement by the Welsh Government that people with cladding on their homes in Wales could get free financial advice, Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds MS said:

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Labour Need to Get A Grip on Dental Crisis in Wales

Wales is facing a "dentist shortage crisis" as over 14% of Welsh dentists approach retirement, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have warned. The party says the situation will be acute in some rural areas such as parts of Powys and Ceredigion.

Welsh Party Leader Jane Dodds accused Labour of being "asleep at the wheel" and said it was "no wonder" people were turning to "DIY dentistry".

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Welsh Liberal Democrats Welcome Free School Meals Announcement

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have welcomed the announcement from the Welsh Government that universal free school meals will be rolled-out to Reception classes from September in Wales.

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Disruption to Welsh Rail Services is 'Simply Not Good Enough'

The disruption to rail services in Wales due to strike action this week "simply isn't good enough," according to Mid & West Wales Senedd Member Jane Dodds.

The Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader has called on the UK Government to “get around the negotiating table now and sort this out."

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