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Jenny Willott - First ever Lib Dem MP for Cardiff Central

Jenny Willott


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

I hold regular advice sessions in my constituency office and in the community. For further information about my advice surgeries click the link below:

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Recent updates

  • Jenny by the Igloo - 'Jenny's Arctic Challenge'
    Article: Jul 3, 2014

    With the holiday season on the horizon, Cardiff Central, Liberal Democrat MP, Jenny Willott is warning local residents about scam websites that charge for European Health Insurance Cards (EHIC). She is reminding people they can get the card for free and don't need to pay for it.

    The EHIC is a free card that replaced the old E111 forms in 2004. The cards entitle people to free or significantly reduced charges for government run healthcare in any country in the European Union. However, unofficial websites will charge if you apply through them.

  • Profile
    Article: Jul 1, 2014

    Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, is encouraging local residents to install energy-saving home improvements, under the Coalition Government's Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF), and claim up to £7,600 back.

    The GDHIF is a new scheme open to all householders, landlords and tenants in England and Wales who want to improve the energy efficiency of their homes. The scheme helps pay for a range of measures such as solid wall insulation and new boilers if people get at least two eligible Green Deal energy efficiency improvements.

  • Pensioners with Jenny
    Article: Jul 1, 2014

    Jenny Willott, Welsh Liberal Democrat MP, for Cardiff Central has welcomed the news that under Liberal Democrat manifesto plans for the General Election, pensioners would be guaranteed to earn at least an extra £790 per year by the end of the next parliament.

    Announced by Liberal Democrat Pensions Minister Steve Webb, the Liberal Democrats will guarantee in law that in each year pensions will rise by the highest of wages, prices or 2.5%. These changes would mean the state pension will be worth at least £131-a-week by 2020, up from just £97.65 four years ago.

  • Jenny and Husky - 'Jenny's Arctic Challenge'
    Article: Jun 30, 2014

    Jenny Willott, Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, is warning constituents about the dangers of travelling uninsured as this summer's holiday season approaches. Jenny Willott is supporting a campaign by the travel association ABTA and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), urging holiday makers in Cardiff to ensure they are properly covered for travels abroad.

  • Pensioners
    Article: Jun 30, 2014

    Dear Editor,

    The Liberal Democrats want to build a stronger economy and a fairer society for all ages.

    At the last General Election the Liberal Democrats promised to introduce 'the triple lock guarantee', which re-established the link between pensions and earnings. It was a key promise when we negotiated with the Conservatives to set up the Coalition Government, and we have now delivered it in Government. As a result pensioners in Cardiff are guaranteed an annual rise by whichever is the highest of earnings, prices or 2.5%. Thanks to the Lib Dem 'triple lock' the state pension is £440 more per year now than if it had increased in line with earnings since the start of this Parliament.

  • Profile
    Article: Jun 27, 2014

    Jenny Willott, Welsh Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central and Minister for Women and Equalities, has welcomed the news that there are no longer any all-male boards amongst the UK's top companies.

    Yesterday the mining and commodities trader Glencore appointed Patrice Merrin, a Canadian former mining executive, as an independent non-executive director.

  • Jenny Willott MP at tesco
    Article: Jun 26, 2014

    Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central and Employment Relations Minister, has announced that she has asked the British Retail Consortium (BRC) to produce recommendations on the steps that retailers can take to help eradicate human rights abuses in their supply chains.

    The BRC has agreed to work with its members to produce guidance. As Minister for Employment Relations and Consumer Affairs Jenny Willott has taken the lead on encouraging corporate social responsibility and supply chain transparency.

  • Talking
    Article: Jun 26, 2014

    Jenny Willott, Welsh Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, has commented following the publication of reports investigating the allegations of sexual abuse and improper conduct by Jimmy Savile in NHS hospitals, which include an investigation into Cardiff Royal Infirmary.

    Jenny Willott MP said:

    "We have all been appalled by the accounts of truly horrific abuse by Jimmy Savile, but it is also shocking that he was able to get away with these seemingly blatant offences over an extremely long period of time. I want to express my deepest sympathy to all those who have suffered as a result.

  • Speaking at conference
    Article: Jun 20, 2014


    As Consumer Affairs Minister I want to see empowered, savvy shoppers who know their rights, shop around for the best deals and drive competition.

    So I'm really pleased that we have just brought in a major new set of consumer rights, giving online shoppers greater protection against hidden fees, charges and other pitfalls.

  • JW
    Article: Jun 16, 2014

    Welsh Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, Jenny Willott, has welcomed the announcements in the Queens Speech to support small businesses - including the Small Businesses Bill and the National Insurance Contributions Bill.

    The Small Businesses Bill will seek to undertake measures such as faster company registration, improvements to public sector payment, and measures to support business cash flow such as action on late-payment terms for smaller suppliers and increased scrutiny of unnecessary regulation.

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