Wefan Gymraeg

No Brexit Deal Without Irish Backstop

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have criticised the announcement Theresa May intends to renegotiate her Brexit deal with the EU to remove the Irish backstop.


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Travel insurance not guaranteed with no-deal Brexit

Five out of seven leading travel agents are unable to provide insurance cover guarantees in the event of a no-deal Brexit, a mystery shopper exercise has uncovered.

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Welsh Lib Dem Minister unveils next steps in ground-breaking curriculum reform

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Minister, has today unveiled the legal foundations of Wales’ planned new curriculum.


The reforms will replace a narrow, outdated curriculum with one that will empower teachers and prepare Wales’ young people for the future.

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2019


The Holocaust was one of the most horrific episodes in human history and the effects it had still resonate today. On Holocaust Memorial Day we remember and honour the memories of the six million Jewish people and countless others who fell victim to this dark episode of our history.

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Which? analysis shows Mid Wales Amongst Worst Areas for Broadband Speed

Analysis from Which? has revealed that Mid Wales’ local authorities remain near the bottom of the table for internet speeds.

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Labour must stop 'chasing their unicorn Brexit deal' – Jane Dodds

Welsh Lib Dem Leader Jane Dodds has criticised Jeremy Corbyn’s “intentionally ambiguous amendment” and urged the Labour leadership to stop “chasing their unicorn Brexit deal”.

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Theresa May’s Brexit Position Untenable – Welsh Lib Dems

The Welsh Lib Dems have criticised Theresa May’s statement to the Commons on Brexit yesterday, claiming simply persisting with her utterly failed approach is not a viable solution.

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Kirsty Williams announces plans for pupils to learn languages at an earlier age

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Minister for Education, has announced reforms that will mean Welsh pupils will experience different languages in primary school.


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No Excuses not to Back People’s Vote

Following the UK Government’s survival in the no confidence vote in Parliament, there are now no excuses for Labour not to back a People’s Vote.

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Labour Must Support People’s Vote if No Confidence Fails

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have urged Mark Drakeford and the entirety of Labour to unambiguously support a People’s Vote if the no confidence vote in the Government fails later in Parliament.

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