Wefan Gymraeg

Statement on Theresa May’s resignation

Responding to Theresa May’s resignation announcement, Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds has commended her commitment to public service but said her approach to Brexit made her departure inevitable.

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Welsh devolution has come a long way, but the journey is not finished

Welsh Liberal Democrat former Welsh Government Minister and Wales Office Minister, Baroness Jenny Randerson, discusses the past and future of Welsh devolution to mark of a House of Lords debate marking 20 years of devolution.

By UK Parliament CC BY 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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Vote Welsh Lib Dem to send message to Labour

Lead Welsh Liberal Democrat European Candidate Sam Bennett has urged Green, Change UK, remain Labour and remain Conservative voters to lend the Welsh Liberal Democrats their vote tomorrow to send a message to Labour.

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Welsh Liberal Democrats only chance for 2nd remain seat

Responding to today’s YouGov poll for ITV Cymru Wales and Cardiff University, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have called on Green, Change UK and remain Conservative voters to unite behind the Welsh Liberal Democrats to secure a 2nd remain MEP for Wales.

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Further Gender Identity Clinic delays unacceptable

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have condemned further delays to the opening of Wales’ first Gender Identity Clinic (GIC) in Cardiff.

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Welsh Lib Dems condemn praise for Tommy Robinson

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have condemned David Rowlands' decision to praise Tommy Robinson and urged him to immediately apologise.


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Remainers must unite behind Welsh Liberal Democrats

Responding to today’s Welsh YouGov poll, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have called on Green, Change UK and remain Labour voters to unite behind the Welsh Liberal Democrats to stop the Brexit Party and secure another remain seat.

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6 ways we’re supporting disadvantaged and vulnerable learners

Improving outcomes for pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds is a central part of the National Mission for education.

It is a child’s ability and potential, not their background, that should determine their fortunes.

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Free sanitary products to be available in Welsh colleges

An £845,000 fund will ensure sanitary products are available to learners in Welsh colleges, free of charge, following an announcement made by the Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Minister Kirsty Williams today.

It follows the recent announcement of £2.3m to provide sanitary products in Welsh schools. Today’s announcement, made in a Welsh Assembly statement, means period poverty will be tackled in colleges as well as schools - ensuring more young women are supported.

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Draft curriculum for Wales published

Today Kirsty Williams - Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Minister - has published details of the draft curriculum for Wales, which has been designed by teachers and shaped by experts from Wales and around the world.

It represents a major landmark in Wales’ curriculum reform that will move away from a narrow, outdated curriculum and towards one that gives teachers more freedom and prepares pupils for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century.

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