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Kidner: Some hope for the future of Cwmcarn Forest Drive

Cwmcarn Forest Drive

At the end of January I was privileged to be invited to the Friends of Cwmcarn Forest Drive meeting to discuss the future of this drive. The meeting, held at Cwmcarn Working Men’s Club & Institute, was chaired by Rob Southall.

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Safe Nursing Level Bill Success for Welsh Lib Dems

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On Wednesday 10th February the Welsh Assembly ruled to introduce the Liberal Democrat's proposed Nurse Staffing Levels (Wales) Bill. Kirsty Williams, Leader of the Welsh Lib Dems, had been tirelessly campaigning to introduce the new law. Welsh Lib Dems have now achieved a major step towards building a healthier society with a stronger Welsh NHS.

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What a load of rubbish

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Often local people say things better than we can. Across Wales, councils are coming up with ridiculous and complicated processes to collect our rubbish and our recycling that are merely a front to save costs. 

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Welsh Lib Dems unveil ambitious plans for the environment

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At the end of last month the Welsh Liberal Democrats launched their ambitious five point plan to fight climate change.  The plan was published in the policy paper titled 'Towards a Greener Tomorrow' and looks at energy reduction for electricity and gas, electricity from renewable sources and green house gases.  

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Why I Became a Liberal Democrat

Jamie Heath tells us what motivated him to join the Welsh Lib Dems.  

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D’Cruz: Standing Up for Children and Education

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Dr. Brendan D’Cruz (who recently stood as a Prospective Parliamentary Candidate in Islwyn) says that he is proud that the Welsh Lib Dems continue to put education at the heart of the agenda.

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Samuel Rees selected as Blaenau Gwent candidate

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The Welsh Liberal Democrats have selected mental health and voting rights campaigner Samuel Ellis Rees as their candidate in the 2015 General Election for Blaenau Gwent.

Samuel, at the age of 24 is one of the youngest candidates contesting the General Election in Wales. Born and raised in South Wales, he attended Swansea University before spending a year in Glasgow campaigning with Better Together to keep Scotland part of the United Kingdom.

 

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