North Wales

Betsi Cadwaladr - Health Minister's Answers Not Good Enough

Speaking in Questions to the Health Minister today, Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds MS has stated major questions still need addressed over the disastrous situation at Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board, stating it is still not clear why the independent board seem to be taking the fall for the poor management of executives and why the Health Board was ever taken out of special measures in the first place.

1 Mar 2023
An older couple expressing worry

Tax Gambling Companies to Pay for Social Care Uplift Say Welsh Lib Dems

The Welsh Liberal Democrats are calling for an increase in wages for care workers in Wales to be increased again in order to tackle chronic staff shortages in social care and its impact on emergency care. The Party is proposing doing this by doubling the amount of tax gambling companies operating out of the UK to generate £56 million extra for Wales to spend on social care salaries.

24 Feb 2023
An Ambulance.
Wales - Health

Welsh NHS Stats Show No Improvement Under Labour

Responding to new Government figures showing that 17% of patients (or 13,714 people) in Wales are spending more than 8 hours in A&E and 51% of red ambulance calls are not being met within target times, Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Jane Dodds MS said:

23 Feb 2023

A Message from Jane Dodds on the Start of Black History Month

October is Black History Month - a time to celebrate the Black Welsh community, recognise their contributions and discover their stories. We as a nation owe a great deal to the many Black pioneers who have contributed so greatly to the cultural and political landscape of Wales.

1 Oct 2022