Wefan Gymraeg

Ensure everyone can get the treatment they need – regardless of their immigration status

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have called for the Welsh Government to reassure the public that everyone can access NHS treatment for Covid-19, without fear of being reported to immigration authorities.

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Give NHS and care workers a 'Covid Service Reward'

We have called for the Welsh Government to introduce a 'Covid Service Reward' of £29 a day for frontline health and social care workers who're working during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Local Pharmacies need greater support

Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds has written to the Welsh Health Minister, Vaughan Gething AM, to call for greater support to local pharmacies.

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An extra £1.25million for children's mental health

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have secured an additional £1.25m of new funding to support pupil’s mental health during the Covid-19 lockdown.

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Give our Care Workers the pay rise they deserve

Jane Dodds, Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has called on the Welsh Government to follow the lead of the Scottish Government and give care workers an immediate pay rise in recognition of their work during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Give Wales the financial levers needed to properly respond to Covid-19

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have called on the UK Government to expand the borrowing powers currently available to the Welsh Government to allow it to adequately respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Westminster needs to follow example of virtual Senedd

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have supported calls for an urgent all-party meeting to discuss remote working for Westminster, urging MPs to follow the actions taken to allow the Senedd to function virtually.

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Give self-employed workers the same support as everyone else

Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds has urged Chancellor Rushi Sunak to use his announcement today to increase support for the self-employed so no-one is left worse off self-employed than they would be in employment.

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Universal Credit is already falling apart

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have criticised the Universal Credit system after evidence show it is failing to cope with the effects of Coronavirus, with numerous reports of jammed phone lines and online application queues reaching over 100,000 people.

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Welsh Lib Dems delivering greater support for pupils

Today Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has announced a new package of support for pupils whilst schools are closed.

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