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Carmarthenshire & Pembrokeshire Liberal Democrats are a group of Liberal Democrat Members and supporters who are the present-day inheritors of a proud Welsh Liberal tradition. The roots of the old Welsh Liberal Party go back a long way and run deep in West Wales.

Historically, both Counties were Liberal and many of the communities across the area still retain strong Liberal values. Local Liberal Democrats are committed to reviving that Liberal tradition by developing modern policies for the 21st Century.

We are attracting a new generation of Liberals who have a Vision. A Vision for a confident and forward-looking Wales which is economically successful, has fairness and social justice at its core, and with Councils that are open, transparent and accountable to local people.

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Why not get involved? This Site provides information on our policies and our local activities and meetings, as well as how to keep in touch or join the Liberal Democrats.

Recent updates

  • Article: Mar 7, 2015

    Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg has secured a government amendment that guarantees all large businesses​ will have to publish the difference between average pay for their male and female employees, despite years of Conservative resistance.

    In a significant win for the Deputy Prime Minister, an amendment to the Small Business Bill, due to be debated in the House of Lords on Wednesday 12 March will fast-track Liberal Democrat manifesto plans for gender pay transparency within the next 12 months.

  • Article: Mar 6, 2015

    Liberal Democrat MEP Catherine Bearder has launched the group MEPs for Wildlife, which aims to put wildlife crime at the top of the EU's agenda.

    MEPs for Wildlife is a cross-party initiative comprising members from each of the European Parliament's seven political groups in coalition with a range of NGOs, including the WWF, Wildlife Conservation Society, IFAW and the Born Free Foundation.

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    Article: Mar 6, 2015

    Liberal Democrat plans to introduce a new Nature Bill in the next Parliament will go further and faster to protect Britain's wildlife, Nick Clegg has said.

    Under our plans for the next Parliament, all exemptions for single use plastic bags will be removed.

    Nick visited a seal sanctuary in Cornwall to learn more about the harm plastics do to animals and to see first hand the work being done to protect Britain's marine life.

  • Article: Mar 6, 2015

    To mark National Apprenticeship Week 2015, Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is urging young people and businesses alike to draw on the many benefits of apprenticeships.

    National Apprenticeship Week runs from 9-13 March and celebrates the positive impact that apprenticeships have on individuals and businesses.

  • Article: Mar 6, 2015

    Liberal Democrat health minister Norman Lamb has launched the "No voice unheard, no right ignored" programme to strengthen the rights of people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health conditions and ensure that they get the best care possible.

    "No voice unheard, no right ignored" will ask for people's views on a rage of proposed measures, such as the right to challenge decisions about their care, the right to be treated close to their home and family and the right to design and control their care and support.


  • Article: Mar 5, 2015

    New Liberal Democrat party president Sal Brinton talks to Charlotte Kelloway about her plans for the party, her commitment to diversity in politics and the coming General Election.

    From a young age, it was clear the new Liberal Democrat party president, Sal Brinton, was destined for a career in politics. Inspired by her cousin, Mary Stocks - a suffragist and one of the first Labour women life peers - a young Sal realised that, with a hefty dose of determination, she could do whatever she wanted in life. "I learned early on that it was fine to debate different views," she smiles.

  • Article: Mar 5, 2015

    Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has issued a direct challenge to the Labour Party leader Ed Miliband to a live televised debate.

  • Article: Mar 5, 2015

    Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said that he is prepared to take David Cameron's place in a head-to-head TV debate with Ed Miliband if the Prime Minister refuses to take up his chair.

    Speaking on his weekly radio show on LBC, Call Clegg, Nick said he will assume the role of the only person willing to defend this government's record.

  • Article: Mar 4, 2015

    Liberal Democrats have launched their latest PPB, which outlines how we can work together to build a stronger economy and a fairer society for everyone.

    In the broadcast, Nick says:

    "We want to talk to you about what we can do for you, and for your family, in your street, in your community.

    "So that together we can build a stronger economy and a fairer society, where everybody has the opportunity to get on in life.

  • Article: Mar 4, 2015

    Liberal Democrat Communities Minister Stephen Williams is urging people to safeguard their local pubs by listing them as a community asset.

    As part of the recently expanded Community Rights, people can nominate buildings or blocks of land as 'assets of community value', giving communities a greater say in how their areas develop.

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