Wefan Gymraeg

Welsh Lib Dems Urge Plaid Leader to Embrace a Final Say

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have urged new Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price to commit to giving the people the final say and the opportunity to choose an Exit from Brexit.

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Welsh Lib Dems Concerned by Overnight A&E Closure

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have expressed concern over the possible temporary overnight closure of A&E services at Princess Royal Hospital Telford. The decision will be made by the trust’s Board tomorrow (27 September).

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Cardiff Lib Dems welcome support for a People’s Vote

Cardiff’s Lib Dems have welcomed suggestions that their demand for a debate on the People’s Vote could get support from the city’s ruling Labour group.

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Jane Dodds' Speech to Liberal Democrat Conference

Jane Dodds has delivered her first speech to Liberal Democrat Conference as Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats. Jane discussed her Welsh, British, European and Internationalist identities and the Welsh Liberal Democrats' status as the only party clearly arguing for the people to have the final say and the opportunity to choose an Exit from Brexit.

Jane called on us to reach out and win over those who voted to leave because they felt let down and left behind by society. Jane called for the recreation of the welfare state envisaged by Beveridge a little over 75 years ago to ensure everyone enjoys a basic standard of living and receives a helping hand when they need it.

Jane highlighted the Welsh Liberal Democrats' commitment to the Swansea Tidal Lagoon and creating a green Welsh economy, alongside the fact we're the only party highlighting the epidemic of loneliness in Wales and leading the fight to end it.

Finally, Jane appealed for a Wales where everyone has the opportunity to achieve their potential and choose their own destiny. Jane demanded a free, fair and Liberal Wales.

Please watch Jane's speech below:

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Universal Basic Income and the Welsh Perspective

In Wales, like the rest of the UK, we are seeing increasing homelessness and food bank usage. The UK Government continues to roll out a Universal Credit system that will exacerbate this poverty. No compassionate politician can resign themselves to worsening poverty. We need to look for progressive solutions and to continue our opposition to government policies that demonise the poor.

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Welsh Lib Dems urge reduction in Mental Health Act detentions

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have welcomed a modest fall in the number of people detained in Wales under the Mental Health Act but have urged faster progress and expressed concern that two police forces detained more people than last year.

© Crown Copyright 2014 Photographer: L(Phot) Alex Knott. Image 45157947.jpg from www.defenceimages.mod.uk is subject to the terms and conditions of the Open Government License.

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Trans rights are human rights

Everyone should be able to live their life free from hate, bigotry and discrimination.

Sadly, for many Trans people, that is not the case. Last year more than a third of Trans people in the UK were victims of a hate crime.

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Welsh Lib Dems welcome progress on Gender Identity Services

We welcome the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Services Vaughan Gething’s update on the progress made on improvements to gender identity services in Wales. However, we also urge the Cabinet Secretary to ensure a cultural change across NHS Wales in the way it supports the health needs of trans individuals.

Rainbow by Benson Kua is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

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Welsh Lib Dems reveal a third of prisoners abandoned on release

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have revealed that over a third of the prisoners released from Welsh prisons are released into “unsettled” or “unknown” accommodation.

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Wales strongly opposed to a no deal Brexit

Following a Sky data poll showing 73% of Welsh voters would vote to remain in the event of a no deal Brexit, the Welsh Lib Dems have called for the people to be given the final say on Brexit.

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