Time for Cap on Ground Rent Hikes.

Welsh Liberal Democrat candidate for Swansea East, Sam Bennett has written to the Welsh Government asking for caps on ground rent increases to be introduced following shocking news that residents in the SA1 development South Quay on Kings Road will be asked to pay up to £10,000 to bring these flats up to Fire Regulations.

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Slipway Green Update: It Is Not Over Yet.

Sam Bennett and the Lib Dems are listening even if Labour won't. Sam Bennett and the Lib Dem Council Team’s Motion against plans to build on the Slipway has been rejected by the Council.

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Swansea Lib Dem Support Small Business Saturday 2020

On Small Business Saturday, Swansea Liberal Democrats have been out across Swansea to highlight the key part of small business in our communities.

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Gower farmer funding slashed by UK Government

Agriculture funding slashed by £95million putting small farmers at risk. 

Gower Liberal Democrat Senedd candidate Mike Sheehan has criticised the UK Conservative Government for slashing Welsh agriculture funding by 28% in the November Spending Review.
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Swansea Tidal Lagoon is a vital part of our post-Covid recovery

Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds has called for the UK Government to honour their previous commitment to support the Swansea Tidal Lagoon.


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Council opposition leader welcomes further scrutiny on Debenhams

The leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats Group on Swansea Council, Chris Holley, has welcomed today's decision by the Senedd Petitions Committee to seek more information from Welsh Ministers on talks to keep Debenham's stores open in Wales, and to ask for a debate in the Senedd on this issue.

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Lib Dem council group leader condemns government U-turn on chlorinated chicken

The Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats Group on Swansea Council, Chris Holley, has raised concerns about the lowering of food standards after Brexit, following claims that the government have abandoned their promise to block substandard American imports.

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Tories must stick up for Wales over student cap plans

Plans by the UK Government to cap the number of English students studying in Wales could seriously hit the viability of Swansea's two universities, local Welsh Liberal Democrats have warned.

They are concerned that, when combined with an inevitable fall-off in overseas students coming to the UK to study due to coronavirus, both Swansea University and the University of Wales, Trinity St David will be left with a black hole in their budgets. The two colleges are major employers in the city.

Plans leaked last week indicated that the Conservative UK Government wants to limit the number of students from England going to colleges in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Welsh Liberal Democrats Education Secretary, Kirsty Williams, has already objected directly to the UK government about these proposals.

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"Out of Touch"

The Conservatives have never been so out of touch. The recent statement from Swansea Conservatives backing Dominic Cummings shows this more clearly than ever. If you agree that the same rules should apply to everyone then please sign our petition - click "Read More."

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Vote for the Welsh Liberal Democrats in Swansea & Gower

Swansea & Gower LibDem campaigners in Uplands

We've been working so hard campaigning across Swansea & Gower, come rain or shine, and we've been getting an incredible response. 

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