Local party members have chosen Cadan ap Tomos in the Welsh Senedd Ceredigion constituency for the elections set to take place in May next year. … Read the full post »
The Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament Mark Williams was first elected for the Ceredigion constituency at the 2005 general election.
He lost his seat at the 2017 general election.
Former Liberal Democrat MP Mark Williams has been re-selected as the Welsh Liberal Democrat Westminster candidate for Ceredigion. … Read the full post »
Following the recent rule changes to open up leadership of the Welsh Liberal Democrats so that approved candidates rather than just Parliamentarians can stand, Jane Dodds has now been elected the new leader … Read the full post »
Theresa May promised strong and stable leadership. She has brought weakness and uncertainty. If she has an ounce of self-respect she will resign. … Read the full post »
With just another 463 votes, Sarah in Richmond Park, Mark in Ceredigion, Andrew in St Ives and Elizabeth in North East Fife – who missed out by a heartbreakingly tiny two votes – would have made the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Party 16. … Read the full post »
The gist of the policy is that Norman Lamb is following-up his earlier moves to encourage cross-party cooperation with a cross-party campaign on the NHS and social care. … Read the full post »
The combined Liberal Democrat frontbench team spanning the House of Commons and Lords has been reshuffled a little by party leader Tim Farron. … Read the full post »
“Our policies toward Iran must change to focus on Tehran’s human rights abuses and destructive intervention in the region” – Mark Williams … Read the full post »
Phil Reilly, Nick Clegg’s former head of government comms and his chief speechwriter during the coalition government, has been appointed director of comms for the Lib Dems. … Read the full post »
Subject to the support of Welsh Liberal Democrats, Kirsty Williams is accepting an invitation to serve as Cabinet Secretary for Education. … Read the full post »