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Jenny Willott - First ever Lib Dem MP for Cardiff Central

Jenny Willott

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Welcome to my website, which holds information on my local and parliamentary activities, and on how you can contact me.

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Recent updates

  • Jenny talking
    Article: Apr 24, 2014

    I have been contacted by dozens of constituents raising concerns about Quantum Pharmacy Solutions Ltd (QPS) who have rented space in the reception of Cyncoed Medical Centre. QPS are based in Tamworth and are offering a prescription delivery service.

    Patients are being approached and even harassed by representatives from QPS whilst they are waiting to see their GP, in an attempt to persuade patients to sign up for their services. QPS have told patients that they are a local company which is back by the Welsh Assembly Government (WAG). They also state that they are working with WAG to roll out QPS' service across the whole of Wales with immediate effect. Quantum has even told some patients that using their service is the only way they will be able to get their medication in the future. This is all extremely worrying and completely untrue!

  • Talking
    Article: Apr 24, 2014

    Last week we saw some of the strongest evidence yet that the economy is recovering. For the first time in years real wages are rising in line with prices. We have record numbers in work and unemployment is falling at the fastest rate in over a decade. And the proportion of women in work has reached 67.6% - the highest since records began.

  • Kids
    Article: Apr 24, 2014

    This week International Development Secretary Justine Greening launched Shape the Future 2014, an opportunity for young people in schools across the UK to voice their views on the future of the Millennium Development Goals.

    This year's 'Shape the Future' competition will ask young people aged 11-16 to outline and present on their priorities for improving the lives of women and girls worldwide, which will be an important part of the development goals that succeed the MDGs after 2015.

  • Speaking at conference
    Article: Apr 17, 2014

    The number of people out of work in the UK has fallen by 77,000 to a five year low of 2.24m in the three months to February, official figures have shown.

    At the same time, average earnings in the three months to February grew 1.7% compared with a year earlier. With the latest figures out this week showing a fall in inflation to 1.6% in March that means wages are now increasing faster than inflation, for the first time in six years (apart from 2 months in 2010).

  • At the Which? energy advice surgery in Cardiff
    Article: Apr 2, 2014

    Jenny Willott, Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, is urging local residents to sign up to The Big Deal campaign in order to save hundreds of pounds on their energy bills.

    The Big Deal is a national campaign for cheaper energy. It brings people together to harness their collective buying power and deliver lower bills.

  • Jenny talking
    Article: Apr 1, 2014

    Emergency ambulance response times in February were the worst they have been since a new system was introduced in 2011, figures published today have shown.

    Just 51% of emergency responses to Category A (immediately life-threatening) calls in Cardiff arrived at the scene within 8 minutes. This is despite the target being for 65% of ambulances to arrive within that time. The all-Wales figures are the worst since a new classification system was introduced in 2011.

  • EP&JW
    Article: Apr 1, 2014

    A major childcare package is set to help 9,440 families in Cardiff, Liberal Democrat Jenny Willott MP said today. In total, 83,600 people in Wales will benefit.

    Working families will be given up to £2,000 to ease the cost of childcare as part of a scheme to be rolled out in Autumn 2015.

    The Government has said it will provide 20 per cent support on childcare costs up to £10,000 per year for each child.

  • Tax cut
    Article: Apr 1, 2014

    An £800 income tax cut for people in Cardiff Central is the real budget boost, Welsh Liberal Democrat MP Jenny Willott has said.

    Last month's Budget revealed plans to increase the personal allowance from April 2015 and put an extra £100 back in taxpayers' pockets.

    Lib Dems have already delivered a £700 tax cut for low to middle earners, but today's news goes even further. The number of people who will benefit from a cut to the personal allowance in Cardiff Central is expected to be 31,140 - while over 136,000 people will benefit across Cardiff as a whole.

  • Jennyspeaking
    Article: Mar 12, 2014

    New research by economists from Pro Bono Economics estimates that low levels of adult numeracy cost the UK around £20.2 billion per year, or about 1.3 per cent of the UK's GDP. Jenny Willott, MP for Cardiff Central, has welcomed today's launch of the National Numeracy Challenge, which aims to help millions of people improve their everyday maths skills.

  • LeadingLadies
    Article: Mar 12, 2014

    The Welsh Liberal Democrats have published plans for a new concessionary bus fare scheme for young people and students in Wales.

    Young people are disproportionately impacted by increases in public transport fares due to their reliance on public transport to access education, employment, training and apprenticeships. The Welsh Liberal Democrats have today published a cost efficient proposal for a concessionary fare scheme for young people that they would bring forward in government.

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