Jane Dodds MS

Expand The Energy Price Cap to Cover Heating Oil

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have called on the UK Conservative Government to instruct Ofgem to extend the energy price cap to cover heating oil.

Jane Dodds MS for Mid & West Wales.

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Jane Dodds Pushes for Access to Rural Banking

Welsh Liberal Democrat Senedd Member Jane Dodds questioned the Welsh Economy Minister Vaughan Gething today in the Senedd on access to rural banking services throughout Wales.

Llanidloes County Councillor Gareth Morgan, Jane Dodds MS and Mark Hooper from Banc Cambria.
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Welsh Conservatives Utterly Failing to Use Their Influence to Protect Welsh Farmers

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have accused the Welsh Conservatives of failing to use their influence in Westminster to protect Welsh farmers in the wake the of Conservative Government’s post-Brexit trade policy.

Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader and Mid & West Wales Senedd Member Jane Dodds

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Welsh Liberal Democrats to Remain an Independent Opposition

Responding to the news that Labour and Plaid Cymru have signed a 3-year cooperation deal in the Senedd, Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds MS responded by reiterating that the Welsh Liberal Democrats will remain an independent opposition party, working with the Government to achieve common goals, but also holding them to account in areas in which they are failing or not achieving enough in. 

Jane Dodds - Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader & Senedd Member for Mid & West Wales

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Closure Plans for Llanbedr Shameful

Commenting on the news that Powys County Council is proposing to move ahead with the closure of Llanbedr Church in Wales School Welsh Liberal Democrat Senedd Member Jane Dodds has called the move “shameful”.

Jane Dodds MS with Cllr William Powell and Cllr John Morris

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Mid & West Wales Ambulance Waiting Times Unacceptable And Dangerous

Ambulance response times published today show that, of Red calls, only 50% of calls across Wales were reached within 8 minutes. The figures are 44%, 39%, and 47% for Powys, Hywel Dda, and Betsi Cadwaladr respectively. This is a further deterioration on previous months.

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