Cardiff Lib Dems lead fire safety protest

A protest was held this Saturday in front of the Senedd steps in Cardiff Bay to demand action by the Welsh Government on the cladding scandal. The meeting was organised by the Welsh Liberal Democrats and is the first hosted by a political party in Wales.

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Welsh Liberal Democrats call for free public transport for under 25s

The Welsh Liberal Democrats are calling for the introduction of free public transport for all under 25s in Wales in a move which they say will help fight climate change and boost social mobility.

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Residents in Cardiff face a £535 rise to energy bills in April, new figures reveal

Cardiff is set to be hit hard by the expected rise in energy bills in April, new figures have revealed.

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Lib Dems propose “Robin Hood tax” on energy giants

Cardiff Lib Dems back “Robin Hood tax” on energy giants to support families with heating bills 

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Afghan refugees are welcome in Cardiff

Cardiff Liberal Democrats are calling on the Government to make a more ambitious commitment to resettle refugees fleeing the Taliban, and to give Cardiff Council extra funding to house and support them here.

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Cllr Nigel Howells to stand down at next election

Cllr Nigel Howells, Liberal Democrat Councillor for the Adamsdown ward, has announced his decision to retire from Cardiff Council in May next year.

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Castle Street to reopen - Cardiff Lib Dems respond

Cardiff Liberal Democrats have responded to the news that Castle Street is set to reopen to private vehicles from autumn 2021.

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5 great reasons to vote Welsh Lib Dems


Campaigning pays off as funding for junction improvements confirmed

Years of campaigning by residents and local Liberal Democrat councillors has paid off following confirmation from the Welsh Government that funding will be given to Cardiff Council to introduce signal-controlled pedestrian crossings at the junction of Penylan Road and Colchester Avenue in Cardiff’s Penylan ward.

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Cardiff Liberal Democrats demand accountability for failed rollout of new waste collections

Cardiff Council's long planned transition from a five to four-day waste collection model began on Monday 22 February. Despite months to plan for this widely publicised service change, residents across Cardiff are now into their fourth week of missed collections, disruption, and piles of uncollected waste on their streets.

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