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Welsh government remain unconvincing on GCSE results

Both the First Minister and Education Minister categorically failed to provide sufficient details on how they supported schools with regards to the introduction of the new English Language GCSE exams, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have today argued.

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New Education Council must be independent of Welsh Government – Aled Roberts

Commenting on the day the Education (Wales) Bill reaches Stage 3 proceedings in the Assembly, Aled Roberts, Welsh Liberal Democrat AM for North Wales and the party's spokesperson on Education, said:

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Mark Williams asks Welsh Agricultural Minister to assist farmers and fishermen following recent storms

Ceredigion's Welsh Liberal Democrat MP Mark Williams has written to Welsh Agriculture Minister Alan Davies, asking whether he will be implementing similar schemes in Wales to that announced in England to protect farmers and fishermen in flood affected areas.

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‘Plaid Cymru willing to risk jobs to achieve their independence dream’- Alec Dauncey

Alec Dauncey, Welsh Liberal Democrat European candidate, has accused Plaid Cymru of being willing to put jobs at risk in order for them to reach their goal of Welsh independence.

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‘Wales a step closer on leading the way on safe nurse staffing levels’ - Kirsty Williams

Assembly Members today voted through Kirsty Williams AMs' proposals for minimum nurse staffing levels to be enshrined in law.

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‘Parents in Wales being let down by Labour’s complacency over childcare’ - Kirsty Williams

The Welsh Labour government is presiding over a childcare crisis, Kirsty Williams, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats has today claimed.

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