Vince meets top local Business People

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Top businesses across Brecon & Radnorshire met with the Lib Dem Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills Vince Cable MP. Raising the VAT threshold was at the top of the agenda for many hoteliers and restaurant owners.

Vince Cable joined local Welsh Lib Dem MP Roger Williams at the meeting with local micro, small and medium enterprises, where they were told how the Liberal Democrats in Government can continue to rebalance the UK economy by supporting small business owners in mid Wales.

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Welsh Lib Dems warn of collapse in beef prices

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have warned that the recent collapse in beef and lamb prices could leave the industry in Wales unsustainable.

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Roger raises concerns over Ystradgynlais HSBC closure

Roger Williams, Member of Parliament for Brecon & Radnorshire, has raised concerns over the impact of the HSBC branch closure in Ystradgynlais on local residents.

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Roger welcomes upgrade to Crickhowell Post Office

Roger Williams, Member of Parliament for Brecon & Radnorshire, has welcomed news that Crickhowell Post Office is being upgraded to a new main style branch, meaning a full refurbishment and longer opening hours.

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Roger Williams welcomes Radiotherapy Unit at Hereford Hospital

Roger Williams has welcomed the news that Hereford County Hospital is to get a new, purpose-built radiotherapy unit.

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Have your say on local speed limits

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Kirsty Williams is calling on local people to have a say on the speed limits in their area. The Welsh Government is

currently reviewing local speed limits on the trunk road network and expects to be concluded by the end of the year. 

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Kirsty and Roger express concern at possible job losses in Knighton

Kirsty Williams AM and Roger Williams MP, for Brecon and Radnorshire, have expressed their concern about 42 potential local job losses after Benson Heating's parent company AmbiRad Ltd announced it wants to reduce its manufacturing sites from four to three by shutting its base in Knighton.

The company is holding a consultation process over the planned job losses with its staff in Knighton.

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