NEW NURSE STAFFING LEVELS GO LIVE!

NEW NURSE STAFFING LEVELS GO LIVE!

The Act that determines minimum nurse staffing levels in Wales comes in to force today (Friday 6th April 2018). Brecon & Radnorshire's Welsh Liberal Democrat AM introduced the measure in the Welsh Assembly as a Private Member’s Bill in 2014, for it then to receive Royal Assent in 2016. 

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Kirsty participates in Crickhowell’s Young Interviewer competition

Kirsty participates in Crickhowell’s Young Interviewer competition

The annual Young Interviewer competition came around once again in early December. The competition saw pupils at Crickhowell High School put their questions to Kirsty.

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Kirsty Williams AM on Purple Alert to change the future for people affected by pancreatic cancer in Brecon and Radnorshire

Kirsty Williams AM on Purple Alert to change the future for people affected by pancreatic cancer in Brecon and Radnorshire

Kirsty Williams AM has pledged to get on Purple Alert for pancreatic cancer to help transform the lives of people affected by pancreatic cancer in Brecon and Radnorshire.

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Animal Sentience vote means action is needed

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for Brecon and Radnorshire, has said action is needed following the Westminster Government voting down an amendment that would have recognised the principle of animal sentience in UK law. The idea is enshrined through EU law but following th...

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Budget reaction: £3bn for Brexit planning shows folly of UK Government’s approach

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for Brecon and Radnorshire, has reacted to the Westminster Government’s budget announced on 22nd November. The budget contained little positive news for Wales and showed the UK economy is struggling to cope with the pressures of Brexit.

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‘Have your say day’ lets young people put their questions to politicians

‘Have your say day’ lets young people put their questions to politicians

On Monday 20th November, the United Nations’ Universal Children Day, young people in Powys were able to put their questions to senior figures in Powys’ public services. Kirsty Williams, Cabinet Secretary for Education, was joined by representatives from Powys County Council, Powys teaching Healt...

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About Kirsty

Since being elected as a Lib Dem Assembly Member in 1999, Kirsty Williams has gained a reputation as a tireless worker for the people of Brecon and Radnorshire. She has helped local people with tens of thousands of individual issues and problems as well as leading countless high profile campaigns in our area.

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