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Kirsty WilliamsCroeso 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.

Gwybodaeth Ddiweddaraf

  • Erthygl: 2015 Gorff 24

    In a huge blow to Britain's Green industry, the Conservatives have announced they will end all Government funding to the Green Deal - a programme set up by the Liberal Democrats in Coalition that helps people make their homes more energy efficient.

    Tim Farron has condemned the new policy, saying:

    "Today's news is yet another blow for green industry and British jobs. The Conservatives claim they want to tackle climate change, but this is further evidence they don't care about the environment.

  • Erthygl: 2015 Gorff 22

    Tim Farron savages Labour and Tories over Welfare Bill in maiden speech as leader.

    Speaking in the House of Commons the new Liberal Democrat leader called Tory plans to rip £12bn from welfare bill "unfair, unwise and inhuman". Tim Farron said the cut was unnecessary and accused George Osborne of choosing to attack the poorest families under the guise of economic necessity. He accused the Chancellor of "demonising" people with disabilities and mental health conditions. The Westmorland and Lonsdale MP also accused Labour of giving in to the Conservatives' narrative and said their position on the bill was "shameful".

  • Erthygl: 2015 Gorff 21

    Today Tim Farron has written to Harriet Harman, calling on Labour to stand with the Liberal Democrats in opposing Tory welfare cuts.

    His letter comes a day after 184 Labour MPs abstained on the Government's Welfare Bill, which includes £12bn worth of ideological cuts, which the Liberal Democrats opposed in Coalition, and continue to oppose now. A copy of Tim's letter is below.

  • Erthygl: 2015 Gorff 20

    Newly-elected leader Tim Farron has confirmed that the Liberal Democrats will vote against the Government's Welfare Bill.

    Making the announcement, Tim said:

    "The truth is the Tories do not have to cut £12bn from welfare: they are choosing to.

    "The Liberal Democrats will always stand up for families. We will not let the Conservatives, through choice, and the Labour party, through silence, unpick our welfare system."

  • Erthygl: 2015 Gorff 17

    Liberal Democrat Party President Sal Brinton sends greetings to Muslims everywhere at Eid-ul-Fitr.

    Liberal Democrat Party President Sal Brinton said:


    "As the holy month of Ramadan comes to an end, I would like to wish Muslims in the United Kingdom and all over the world a happy Eid-ul-Fitr.

    "Eid is a joyful occasion and a time for family, friends and neighbours to come together and celebrate the common values that unite us in our humanity.

    "But even during this festive time, the attitude of Muslims to remember those in parts of the world less fortunate than us is exemplary.

    "Throughout Ramadan, Muslim communities collect and distribute Zakat-ul-fitr so that all Muslims are able to participate in the celebration of Eid. And for that, I commend you.

    "May the auspicious occasion of Eid bring you peace, prosperity and happiness.

    "Eid Mubarak."

  • Erthygl: 2015 Gorff 16

    We are delighted to announce that Tim Farron has been elected as Leader of the Liberal Democrats.

    In an all-member ballot for the leadership, 56% of members voted with the result revealed this afternoon.

    Tim Farron received 56.5% of the votes and in second place Norman Lamb received the backing of 43.5%.

  • Erthygl: 2015 Gorff 16

    Today the votes will are being counted in the Lib Dem leadership election. We expect to announce the result on Twitter and Facebook at around 5pm, but you won't see any updates whilst the count is in progress.

    With that in mind, we wanted to give you a bit more information on what is happening at the count today.

  • Erthygl: 2015 Gorff 15

    Liberal Democrats could pave the way for 16-year-olds to vote in local council elections as David Cameron is expected to face a further defeat in the House of Lords on Wednesday.

    Lib Dem peers have tabled an amendment to the Government's 'Cities' Bill to give under-18s the right to choose their local councillors.

    Labour is expected to support the amendment, which would mean yet another defeat for the Government in the second chamber.

    The move is part of the party's wider campaign to allow 16 and 17-year-olds to vote in the EU Referendum and General Elections.

  • Erthygl: 2015 Gorff 13

    Mike German will today demand a halt to controversial changes to housing benefit that could see more people pushed towards food banks and payday loans and could increase homelessness.

    The Government's plans to introduce a further seven day waiting period on top of the 5 weeks or more they already have to wait before claimants can receive their first payments. These plans to change Universal Credit to support the cost of housing during these early crucial weeks of sickness or unemployment will be put to a vote in the House of Lords by Lord German, Liberal Democrat Social Security Spokesperson.

  • Erthygl: 2015 Gorff 8

    The Tories used to say we were in it together, but this budget says one thing: you're on your own.

    Amongst the gimmicks and giveaways, the Chancellor has hidden four more years of pain, austerity, and cuts. As a direct result of the Conservative obsession with ideological cuts, thousands of public sector workers, families and young people face another four years struggling to get by.