Use Lockdown to Promote Increased, Safer Cycling - Cardiff Lib Dems

Liberal Democrats on Cardiff Council are supporting calls by campaign group Cycling UK for increased emergency and mandatory cycle lanes in the city, in response to the Covid-19 outbreak.

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Labour neglect has led to demise of Roath’s former Gaiety cinema

The go-ahead for the demolition of a hundred-year old cinema in Cardiff is a sad indictment of neglect by the city’s Labour council according to Councillor Rodney Berman, the lead Welsh Liberal Democrat candidate for the wider South Wales Central region at the 2021 Senedd election.

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Tribute to Cllr Tim Davies

The Liberal Democrat group on Cardiff Council is saddened to hear of the passing of Cllr Tim Davies, Conservative Councillor for Whitchurch and Tongwynlais.

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Tribute to Councillor Wendy Congreve

We are quite stunned by the loss of Councillor Wendy Congreve, who died on Tuesday night. Our first thoughts are with her family, her children and grandchildren.

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Hidden heroines – Betty Campbell

The first thing to say about the BBC “Hidden Heroines” competition to choose the first outdoor public statue of Welsh woman for the new BBC Wales headquarters in Central Square is a solid “What”?!

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Bus Station Fiasco

Cardiff Liberal Democrats condemn the neglect of public transport in Cardiff, following cuts to bus services and the ongoing failure of the council to re-build the central bus station.

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Cardiff's Homelessness Crisis

We brought proposals to last week's budget meeting that would provide an extra £500,000 to support rough sleepers. Labour rejected them.

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Lib Dems propose half-million pound fund to help people sleeping rough

Cardiff Liberal Democrats have tabled a budget amendment that would put an additional £500,000 into helping rough sleepers off the streets.

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Richard Jerrett chosen as Lib Dem candidate for Ely by-election

Local man Richard Jerrett has been chosen as your Liberal Democrat candidate for the Ely by-election on February 21st, following the sad death of Councillor Jim Murphy.

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Cash Boost for New Teachers and Classrooms in Cardiff Schools

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Minister, has announced that an extra 54 classrooms will be built in Wales as part of a drive to reduce infant class sizes.

Cardiff is set to receive more than £5million from the scheme, funding 10 new teaching posts and 8 new classrooms.

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