Wefan Gymraeg

New Dyfi Bridge gets green light

Jane Dodds, Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has welcomed the Welsh Government’s announcement that a new Dyfi bridge will be built on the A487 north of Machynlleth.

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We must stop young people falling prey to 'county lines'

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have responded to a report released today from HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services on ‘county lines’ gangs; claiming a new approach is needed to tackle this serious issue.

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Jane Dodds' Christmas Message 2019

This Christmas I want to reiterate my thanks to you for all your hard work in 2019 and how important it is we hold onto a sense of hope as we move into 2020.

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Wales too reliant on family and friends for childcare

The Welsh Government’s statistical bulletin on childcare shows that parents are too reliant on family and friends for childcare. It also showed that too many parents struggle to access appropriate childcare during early mornings, after school and at weekends.

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New figures Show 38,500 EU citizens without Settled Status

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have warned that the Conservatives are failing to guarantee the rights of all 80,000 EU citizens in Wales, as new official figures show just 41,500 EU citizens in Wales had been given Settled Status by the end of November.

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We can secure a brighter future for Wales

We're using the final moments of the of the general election campaign to urge the people of Wales to stop Boris Johnson and to vote for a brighter future for Wales.

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Welsh Liberal Democrats set out ambitious spending plans to tackle the climate emergency

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have set out an ambitious £100 billion spending plan for across the UK to tackle the climate emergency, including generating 80% of our electricity from renewables and retrofitting all homes by 2030.

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Put a penny on income tax to transform mental healthcare

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have today called for a penny to be put on income tax in order to properly fund health and social care and to transform mental healthcare in Wales.

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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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