Jane Dodds MS

Conservatives should keep their promise on rural broadband

Jane Dodds MS has demanded action on broadband across Mid and West Wales at the latest First Minister's Questions after the Conservatives plans for better broadband was dropped. 

In a survey by the National Federation of Women’s Institutes in Wales, the CLA, Farmers’ Union of Wales, NFU Cymru and Wales Young Farmers’ Club, more than 50 per cent of respondents from rural areas in Wales felt that the internet was not fast and reliable, particularly people in Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire.

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Jane Dodds MS welcomes Co-op rethink in Crickhowell

Jane Dodds, Member of the Senedd for Mid and West Wales has welcomed the news that the Transport Minister has agreed to review the decision in relation to the access and exit by the Co-op on the busy A40.

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Jane Dodds backs calls for urgent review into water pollution rules

Welsh Liberal Democrat and Mid and West Wales Member of the Senedd, Jane Dodds MS has today spoken out about new measures for water pollution which will cause serious damage to our farming communities across Wales.

Jane’s vote in favour of the review means the government will need to look again at the legislation and ensure the concerns of farmers and communities are heard. 

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Jane Dodds: More support needed to end violence against women and girls

Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader and Member of the Senedd for Mid and West Wales used her first question to the First Minister to demand action on ending violence against women and girls.

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International Migrants Day 2020

With 2020 drawing to a close, many of us will be focusing upon our Christmas plans and how we plan to see our loved ones.

However, while we plan our festivities we must not forget that for many others around the world - this Christmas will not be a happy and joyous affair.

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Powys MPs must join calls for Chancellor to roll out more financial support

The Powys Liberal Democrats have condemned the Chancellor for failing to introduce a comprehensive plan to save jobs, after it was revealed that over 3,400 people in Powys are currently on Universal Credit.

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