Wefan Gymraeg

Review lockdown rules around hospital admissions to avoid unnecessary deaths

We're calling for a review of the lockdown rules regarding hospital patients to ensure that those who need it can have a family member with them during their hospital admission.

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24,320 EU nationals are stuck in legal limbo

We've have reiterated their calls for EU citizens to be given the automatic right to stay in the UK, as new official figures show over 24,000 in Wales have not been given the right to remain.

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Westminster needs to move with the times

Jane Dodds has criticised moves by Jacob Rees-Mogg to scrap the hybrid arrangements currently in place and force MPs to return London following the Parliamentary recess.

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Extra £5m for mental health in schools

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Education Minister, has today announced an additional £3.75 million of funding for mental health in schools that will include new support for children under the age of 11.

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Kirsty Williams sets out her thinking on return to schools

Today, as part of the First Minister's 'roadmap' out of lockdown, Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Minister Kirsty Williams MS has set out her ideas on what the next phase for Welsh schools will be.

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Clarity needed about the situation in Welsh prisons

We have called for greater clarity around the situation in Welsh prisons, following a Government admission that figures about the number of Covid-19 cases were wrong.

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Aerospace industry needs support to avoid mass redundancies in Wales

A dire assessment of the aerospace industry’s current situation by Aerospace Wales Chief Executive John Whalley has prompted the Welsh Liberal Democrats to call for the Welsh Government to give the industry a much-needed financial lifeline.

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We cannot return to austerity

Responding to a leaked Treasury report in the Daily Telegraph, which details proposals to freeze wages and increase taxes to pay for recent Government spending due to Covid-19, Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds said:

“I am really concerned about reports the Conservatives plan to increase taxes and freeze wages in response to Covid-19.

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Small businesses cannot afford to shoulder furlough costs

The Chancellor’s announcement of changes to the furloughing scheme today will see a greater burden placed on employers, harming smaller businesses across Wales.

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Victory in Europe Day 2020

Today is the 75th anniversary of VE Day, the day for us all to remember those who stepped up and put their lives on the line to defend our freedoms and defeat fascism.

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