Tory MP turns her back on our Farmers and NHS

On Monday night, Fay Jones, Conservative MP for Brecon & Radnorshire, voted against two key amendments to the UK Government’s Trade Bill.


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People deserve an upfront answer from Powys MPs

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have today called for Fay Jones MP and Craig Williams MP to explain why they voted against a key amendment to the Agriculture Bill in Parliament last week.

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COVID-19 Contacts

We hope that you are safe and well and that your family, friends and loved ones are safe and well. 

Needless to say this emergency is unprecedented and a completely new situation for everyone. 

The Brecon & Radnorshire Liberal Democrats will be trying to provide support and information as best we can in the weeks and months to come. 

You can contact your Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member Kirsty Williams with any issues or concerns by email at: [email protected]

Below is a list of organsations, groups and representatives, providing advice or assistance. We hope that you find this useful. 


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Deep budget cuts proposed by Tory/Independent-run Powys County Council will risk Countryside Access Services “being unable to meet health and safety responsibilities in a timely way e.g. collapsing footbridges, leading to increased risk of injury and associated claims”, according to a devastating impact assessment report.

The damning document warns of the impact that proposals to slash the Countryside Access Services budget will have on public health and the tourism industry.

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Kirsty Williams AM and Local Welsh Liberal Democrat politicians in Brecon & Radnorshire have been reacting to the weekend’s catastrophic weather events, which saw communities in the constituency including Ystradgynlais, Builth Wells, and Crickhowell, impacted by severe flooding in the wake of Storm Dennis.


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Lib Dems call for Council to trial free parking in towns

The Powys Liberal Democrats are calling on Powys County Council to trial 2 hours free parking in long-stay car parks in towns across Powys as part of their new “Love Powys Towns” campaign.

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