Calls for Travel Assurances in Cardiff for Jubilee Bank Holiday

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have called on Deputy Minister Lee Waters and Cardiff Council to offer the public assurances that public transport and air services across Wales will operate smoothly during this weekend’s Queen's Platinum Jubilee bank holiday.

The concerns come as Transport for Wales warned of potential disruption to services due to high demand. Cardiff airport has also reported large delays over recent days with some passengers having to wait more than 40 hours to board their flight.

Cardiff Liberal Democrat Group Leader Cllr Rhys Taylor.

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Cardiff waste staff strike action

Cardiff Liberal Democrats support the decision of Cardiff Unite members to take strike action in the coming weeks.

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Cladding: People still trapped in unsafe homes.

Cardiff Liberal Democrat council group leader Councillor Rhys Taylor responds to UK Government fire safety announcement.

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Cardiff to be hit by £52,286,321 National Insurance bombshell as cost-of-living crisis bites

Families and businesses in Cardiff are facing a £52,286,321 tax bombshell this year due to the Conservative hike to national insurance, research by the Liberal Democrats has revealed.

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More than 3,000 Cardiff children in school meal debt

Figures revealed by Cardiff Liberal Democrats show that on 28th February 2022 there were 3,152 pupils with accounts in debt, totalling £41,207.68.

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Cardiff Lib Dems launch 2022 manifesto

Cardiff Liberal Democrats have today launched their manifesto for the 2022 local council elections, setting out key commitments to create a greener, fairer, safer Cardiff.

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Lib Dems demand Cardiff Council removes Russian investments

Following the horrific news of Russia invading Ukraine, Local Liberal Democrat Councillor Rhys Taylor has written to Cardiff Council to ask that it’s pension fund sell any shares it may hold in companies that have invested in Russia.

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Lib Dems respond to Cardiff Council budget

When Cardiff Council sets its budget for 2022-2023 this week, Cardiff Liberal Democrats will put forward amendments to deliver on cleaner streets, safer streets, public transport, and support for building fire safety victims.

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Cardiff Lib Dems call for support for building fire safety victims

This week Cardiff Liberal Democrats will put forward a proposal to Cardiff council to establish a Building Safety Support Hub offering specialist support to leaseholders and building owners so they can navigate their complex legal and financial situations.

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Cardiff Lib Dems call for pensions clean-up plan

Cardiff Liberal Democrats have called for a pensions clean-up plan after it emerged that the council’s pension funds are invested in companies linked to environmental and cultural damage, money laundering, discrimination, and censorship.

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