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  • Profile
    Erthygl: 2014 Hyd 24

    Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, is encouraging education and training organisations to get involved in the Money for Life Challenge, a national competition to encourage young people to improve their money management skills.

    The Money for Life Challenge is supported by Lloyds Banking Group and CollegesWales in partnership with Youth Cymru. The challenge awards £500 grants to 16 to 24 year olds to run a money management project that impacts their local community.

  • Jenny Willott MP Big Energy Saving Week
    Erthygl: 2014 Hyd 23

    Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, is supporting Big Energy Saving Week to help people cut hundreds of pounds from their energy bills.

    Big Energy Saving Week, which runs from 20th to 24th October, is a joint campaign between the Energy Saving Trust, Department of Energy and Climate Change and Citizens advice.

  • Profile
    Erthygl: 2014 Hyd 23

    Dear Editor,

    I would like to send my best wishes and warmest greetings to all those in Cardiff Central and across Wales who are celebrating Diwali.

    Diwali, also known as the Festival of Light, is a fantastic family festival where Hindus, Jains and Sikhs come together to reflect on the events of the past in order to prepare and change for the future. The symbolic lighting of lamps, representing life, hope and new beginnings sends a powerful message of peace and unity to us all.

  • Aled Roberts AM talking with pupils
    Erthygl: 2014 Hyd 22

    Following the publication of an report into the Welsh Liberal Democrat flagship Pupil Deprivation Grant, our Shadow Education Minister Aled Roberts writes...

    It is encouraging to see that this Welsh Government-commissioned report has identified a number of positive indicators to show that the PDG is having its intended effect. Particularly, there is evidence to show that a significant amount of new activity has been undertaken to support disadvantaged pupils; there has also been a culture change in schools which has improved the way they tackle disadvantage and monitor impact.

  • Christian Aid
    Erthygl: 2014 Hyd 21

    Jenny Willott, MP for Cardiff Central, joined Bishop David Wilbourne for Christian Aid's Hunger For Justice weekend (Saturday 18- Sunday 19th October) to discuss commitments to take action on climate change.

    At a panel debate at St Michael's Theological College in Llandaff, students and Christian Aid supporters heard from Kevin Brennan MP, Jenny Willott MP, Leanne Wood AM and James Taghdissian. Discussion ranged from attitudes towards taking action on climate change, financial commitment to support poorer countries adapt and develop, and the role that Wales has to play.

  • William Powell AM (Stephen Radford)
    Erthygl: 2014 Hyd 21

    The Welsh Liberal Democrats have welcomed the Welsh Government's U-turn on its plan to introduce table valuations for cattle culled under the bTB eradication programme and to embrace instead the Welsh Liberal Democrat position of maintaining the present system.

    In the Senedd this afternoon the Welsh Government has made a statement where they have decided to stick with the current system after completing a consultation earlier this year which reintroduced the option of a table valuation system. While such a system would have reduced Welsh Government costs, it would also undervalue Wales' best cattle and see farm incomes further reduced.

  • Eluned Parrott
    Erthygl: 2014 Hyd 21

    Eluned Parrott AM has called on the Welsh Government to accept that its flawed proposals for the M4 are doomed.

    The Welsh Government's consultation on the M4 has been widely criticised for failing to look at other options and for not properly taking into account environmental concerns.

    This week in the National Assembly, AMs will debate the Environment Committee's report into the M4 the contents of which the Welsh Government failed to take into account before making its decision on the M4.

  • Erthygl: 2014 Hyd 20

    The Welsh Liberal Democrats are giving you the chance to influence what gets discussed in the Welsh Assembly.

    Each party in the Assembly gets opportunities to debate an issue of their choice. We want to hear your ideas for future Welsh Liberal Democrat debates.

    Examples of topics that have previously been debated are:

  • NCT
    Erthygl: 2014 Hyd 20

    Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, has congratulated Lucy Wheeler who received an award in recognition of her hard work and dedication in supporting new and expectant parents at the NCT Stars Awards 2014.

    Lucy volunteers as Chair of the Cardiff and Caerphilly NCT branch and was named winner of the "Parent Supporter of the Year" award. This award is for an NCT volunteer who has supported parents, promoted positive perceptions of parenthood or achieved supportive services in their local area through work at a branch level.

  • Aled Roberts conference
    Erthygl: 2014 Hyd 20

    The poorest children in Wales are being let down by the Welsh Labour Government, Aled Roberts AM has argued today following the publication of the second 'State of the nation' report into social mobility and child poverty.

    The report was commissioned by the UK Government and produced by a group chaired by former Labour Minister Alan Milburn said that is was "especially concerned " that a smaller proportion of Welsh children who receive free school meals achieve five good GCSEs (26%) compared to children from similar backgrounds in England (38%). 

Jenny Willott MP