Wefan Gymraeg

Invest in childcare to deliver a brighter future for Wales

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have announced that Wales would receive an extra £464m a year on average as a result of the party’s commitment to universal  childcare in England. This would lead to an additional £2.3bn for Wales over five years.

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Welsh Lib Dems welcome PISA results

Published today, the results show that Wales is the only UK nation that has improved in all three subjects (Reading, Science, and Maths).

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Liberal Democrats will invest £1 billion a year to restore community policing

Today, the Liberal Democrats announce plans to invest an extra £1 billion a year to restore community policing by enabling forces to recruit 20,000 more police officers across England & Wales and fund an immediate 2% pay-rise.

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We must end scourge of rough sleeping

The Liberal Democrats have announced that Wales would receive an extra £29m as a result of Liberal Democrat plans to end rough sleeping within five years in England.

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Welsh Lib Dems welcome votes at 16

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have welcomed the passing of the Senedd and Elections Bill. The Bill gives 16 and 17-year-olds in Wales the vote in Senedd Elections.

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Johnson’s Brexit Plans Disastrous for Welsh Farmers

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have criticised Boris Johnson’s claim that his Brexit deal would mean zero tariffs or quotas for Welsh farmers exporting to the EU.

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Report shows Lib Dems have best plan to tackle child poverty

A report by the Resolution Foundation has found that the Liberal Democrats' policies would mean 600,000 fewer children in poverty across the UK by 2023-24, making it the best set of proposals of the three main UK-wide parties.

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The Tories visa plan is a tax on nurses

Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds has slammed the Tories for creating a “Nurse Tax” on EU citizens who come to the UK to work for the NHS.

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Jane Dodds welcomes Unite to Remain initiative

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have welcomed the announcement of the Unite to Remain initiative, which will see parties stand aside in 11 constituencies across Wales.

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Alun Cairns right to go

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have urged Alun Cairns not to stand as a candidate for the Vale of Glamorgan following his resignation as Secretary of State for Wales.

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