Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, believes the Autumn Statement provides for local residents in Cardiff Central and proves that the Lib Dems are building a Britain where everyone is given the opportunity to get on in life.
Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, today asked the Welsh Minister about ensuring parents in Cardiff can access free childcare in a way that suits them rather than Cardiff Council.
To mark World AIDS Day, Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, has voiced her support for renewed UK leadership in the push to end the global AIDS epidemic by 2030.
Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, joined volunteers at the Tesco store on Albany Road to participate in a neighbourhood food collection with FareShare Cymru South Wales.
A "zero tolerance" approach to spitting in the street from Cardiff's ruling Labour group has been dubbed a laughable failure by local Liberal Democrats.
The policy, introduced a year ago, would have seen offenders fined £80 if they were caught spitting in the street.
The Liberal Democrats have succeeded in persuading Cardiff Council to reduce the cost of visitor parking permits across the city for residents who only require this permit.
Local councillors for Adamsdown and Cathays, Nigel Howells and Elizabeth Clark, have fought against the huge increase in visitor parking permit charges alongside Cardiff Central MP Jenny Willott and Eluned Parrott, AM for South Wales Central.
Last week’s economic growth figures were another welcome sign that our economy is now moving in the right direction.
According to official figures, the UK economy grew by 0.8% over the last quarter, taking it back to the same level it was before the banking crisis in 2008 and the economic mess that Labour left the country in.
This is welcome news not just for the country as a whole, but also for the thousands of people who have been feeling the effects locally.
Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central is encouraging all local A Level and AS Level students in Cardiff Central to take part in the Political Studies Association's (PSA) Student Short Video Competition.
The PSA exists to develop and promote the study of politics. As part of their programme of activities to engage young people, the PSA hold an annual short film competition.
This year's competition asks students to explore the question: "Europe - in or out?" Groups of students are invited to submit short videos on this subject. Shortlisted groups will be invited to Westminster to discuss the ideas raised in their video with a panel of politicians and journalists. The winning group will receive their award at the PSA's Annual Awards Dinner in London on 25thNovember, broadcast on BBC Parliament, with accommodation provided for them and their teacher in a central London hotel.
Local residents have reacted with anger at new plans unveiled by Labour-run Cardiff Council that could see a decrease in the amount of leisure facilities in Splott and Adamsdown.
Originally the Council had promised to build a new state-of-the-art Community Hub in Splott Park that would have included a new swimming pool and increased leisure services.
But now they appear to be cutting back on their plans, with a smaller building with less leisure facilities.
A petition has been set up by local residents to keep the existing facilities as they are and the first tranche of this, containing over 500 signatures, was presented today to South Wales Central Assembly Member Eluned Parrott and Adamsdown Councillor Nigel Howells.
Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, has welcomed Liberal Democrat manifesto plans which would make it a legal requirement for companies to publish what they pay men and women.
Under the proposals companies employing more than 250 people would have to publish the difference in pay rates between men and women or face a £5,000 fine. Currently leading employers are encouraged to publish pay gap information on a voluntary basis. Only 140 out of 7,000 big firms have done so.
In 2013, the average woman earned 19.7% less than the average man. The average hourly wage for women was £10.33 while men were paid £12.97.
The Liberal Democrats are the first major party to commit to enforcing gender pay transparency by law.