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Kirsty Williams indoor portrait July 2011 (Kirsty Williams)Croeso i'n gwefan. Mae Democratiaid Rhyddfrydol Cymru yn gweithio'n galed ar eich rhan ar bob lefel o lywodraeth.

Mewn cyfnodau anodd, rydym yno i'ch helpu chi a dyna pam mae ein cynghorau yn cadw eu treth cyngor yn isel, mae ein Haelodau Cynulliad wedi sicrhau cyllid ychwanegol ar gyfer ein disgyblion mwyaf difreintiedig ac mae'r Democratiaid Rhyddfrydol yn y Llywodraeth yn brwydro i sicrhau nad ydych yn talu treth ar y £ 10,000 cyntaf rydych yn ei ennill.

Mae Democratiaid Rhyddfrydol Cymru yn gwybod bod eich bod chi'n mynd drwy gyfnod anodd ac rydym yn defnyddio ein dylanwad lle bynnag y gallwn i wneud gwahaniaeth.

Gallwch gael rhagor o wybodaeth, gan gynnwys sut i gadw mewn cysylltiad neu ymuno â'r Democratiaid Rhyddfrydol, ar y safle hwn.

Cefnogwch ymgyrch Kirsty ar: www.morenurses.org.uk

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    The Welsh Liberal Democrats are marking Transgender Awareness Week on Wednesday by leading a landmark Welsh Assembly debate on issues faced by Welsh trans people.

    It is thought to be the first time this topic has been discussed in-depth by the National Assembly for Wales. It is estimated there are over 31,300 trans people in Wales, yet there are significant problems relating to adequate healthcare and housing provision. Welsh Lib Dem Assembly Members will be raising these issues, in addition to the perception of trans people in Wales and what can be done to further raise awareness of gender equality issues in order to reduce stigma.

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    Liberal Democrat Transport Minister Baroness Kramer has today (November 18) announced that all of the stations on the Crossrail project will have step free access.

    The facilities will be enabled through £14m of investment and will make it easier for passengers to board and alight trains once the services begin in 2019.

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    Inflation figures released today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) provide further evidence that the economy is recovering.

    In October, UK inflation rose to 1.3 per cent, up from 1.2 per cent the previous month.

    Commenting on the figures, Liberal Democrat Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander said:

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    With just over 500 days to go, Liberal Democrat Pensions Minister Steve Webb has launched a public information campaign to help people understand the historic reforms which will introduce a flat-rate State Pension.

    The Liberal Democrats have made sure that the Government gives today's pensioners a fair deal, while protecting tomorrow's pensioners too by making it easier to save for retirement.

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    Liberal Democrat health minister Norman Lamb has welcomed moves by the police and NHS services in the West Midlands to improve mental health care.

    The police force and NHS have signed a declaration to improve mental health crisis care and make the use of police cells for people with mental health issues, a thing of the past.

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    Doctors, social services and NHS leaders have been working together to ensure the NHS is prepared for the extra pressures brought on by the cold weather.

    A package of measures including more action to keep people out of hospital, closer involvement of GPs and social services and a public information campaign encouraging people with non-urgent medical problems to use the full range of NHS services, have been put into place to help deal with any extra demand.

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    Liberal Democrat MP for Cambridge Julian Huppert has today paid tribute to the late George Watson.

    George was a life-long liberal and stood for Parliament in 1959 and from 1978 to 1992 was the senior treasurer of Cambridge University Liberal Club.

    He died in August 2013 and in his will remembered the Liberal Democrats.

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    Yesterday I was in Manchester speaking at the RenewableUK Annual Conference, and then on to see a fascinating energy efficiency project led by students in Parrs Wood School in John Leech's constituency.

    My Manchester speech focused on the politics of renewables - both the good news and the bad.

    The good news is that renewables investment is in great shape. Since 2010, an average £7 billion a year has been invested - more than double that under Labour's last term in office. We are now seen as No.1 in the world for attracting investment in offshore wind, wave and tidal.

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    The Conservative Party appear to be tearing up their own policy on UK aid spending following comments made by the Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond on a trip to Sierra Leone.

    The policy to enshrine in law the commitment to spend 0.7 per cent of the UK's national income on overseas aid was promised in both the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats 2010 general election manifestos and formed part of the Coalition Agreement.

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    Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg today (12 November) met with apprentices at a factory in Eastleigh to celebrate a 90 per cent increase in the number of people starting apprenticeships in the South East.

    Records show that in the four years to 2009/2010 around 133,000 people began an apprenticeship programme in the South East, compared to 261,000 under the this government.