Calls to establish Cardiff Poverty Truth Commission

Cardiff Liberal Democrats are calling for a Poverty Truth Commission ensuring that people who have experienced poverty first-hand are at the heart of how the city thinks and acts in tackling poverty and inequality.

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Cardiff Lib Dems unveil 2021 candidates

The Cardiff Liberal Democrats have announced three of their four candidates for next years’ Senedd election.

Newly elected council group leader Cllr Rhys Taylor has been selected to contest Cardiff North, with local activists Alex Wilson and Heath Marshall chosen for Cardiff South & Penarth and Cardiff West respectively.

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Huge disappointment at shelving of plans that could improve bus services in Wales

A Welsh Liberal Democrat Senedd candidate has expressed huge disappointment at the announcement by Wales’ First Minister that plans for a new law which could improve bus service provision in Wales won’t now go ahead during the current Senedd term.

Plans for the new law have been shelved as the Welsh Government has reassessed its legislative programme for the remainder of the current Senedd term in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Urgent need for Citizens' Assembly say Cardiff Lib Dems

Cardiff Liberal Democrats are warning that the lack of public consultation and engagement on the scale and pace of change needed to move the city out of lockdown risks setting the city back.

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500 sign petition in first 24 hours to demand a post office is kept in Cyncoed

Cardiff Liberal Democrat campaigners have been bowled over by the response they have received to a petition they launched yesterday demanding the Post Office sticks to its stated intent to keep a post office branch in Cyncoed when the current one closes on 29 July.

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Re-open public toilets say Cardiff Lib Dems

Cardiff Liberal Democrats are calling on Cardiff Council to reopen public toilets and to work with private sector partners to ensure their facilities are available for use, as we come out of lockdown.

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Youth Offending Service inspection "incredibly unsettling"

Every part of Cardiff Youth Offending Service (YOS) has been rated "inadequate" by inspectors. The YOS was given the lowest possible performance rating by HM Inspectorate of Probation. The inspection looked at 12 aspects of the service and ranked every one of those "inadequate". 

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Call for action on Penylan anti-social behaviour hotspot

Penylan’s Liberal Democrat councillors are calling on Cardiff Council and South Wales Police to take swift action to address an anti-social behaviour hotspot centred round a bus shelter in Dorchester Avenue that is no longer in use.

They are backing residents living nearby who are being regularly disturbed at night by problems at this disused bus shelter, which have been escalating in recent days.

Youths are congregating at the bus shelter on a nightly basis. Residents have complained these youths are consuming and taking drugs with many people coming and going to buy drugs from them. Residents are also suffering from noise nuisance and intimidatory behaviour. Recently they have been finding themselves suffering from disturbance into the early hours of the morning, and this is preventing them from being able to sleep.

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Shine a light on pay disparity - Cardiff Lib Dems

Cardiff Liberal Democrats' Cllr Bablin Molik has called on Cardiff Council to publish data on its Ethnicity Pay Gap and the makeup of its workforce.

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Schools announcement "deeply disappointing" say Cardiff Lib Dems

Cardiff Liberal Democrats respond to the fact that children in Cardiff will have fewer opportunities to Check In, Catch Up, and Prepare for school ahead of September.

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