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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

  • EP&JW
    Article: Dec 15, 2014

    As the weather begins to get colder, Cardiff Central's Liberal Democrat MP, Jenny Willott is urging local residents to ensure they are taking advantage of free help and support with energy bills.

    Jenny Willott MP has met with British Gas about the ways residents can stay warm and keep their energy bills down this winter. British Gas is keen to ensure that all of its customers are on the best gas and electricity tariff for them and is currently offering free loft and cavity wall insulation. Loft insulation can save up to £145 and cavity wall insulation can save up to £150 per year.

  • City Hall
    Article: Dec 11, 2014

    As the festive season gets underway, Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, is urging drivers in Cardiff to avoid drink and drug driving, as new data from MoneySuperMarket shows that Cardiff has one of the highest rates of drink and drug driving convictions in the country.

    The price comparison website has analysed eleven million car insurance quotes over the last twelve months and the data reveals that 1.7 per 1000 drivers in Cardiff have a drink or drug driving conviction on their car insurance policy. This is more than double the rate among motorists living in some Greater London postcodes.

  • JW&EP
    Article: Dec 9, 2014

    Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central has said that research carried out by the Liberal Democrats shows that under new Coalition Government reforms home buyers in Cardiff will pay £701 less in Stamp Duty.

    The new system, announced at the Autumn Statement, is based on a long-standing Liberal Democrat policy and will significantly reduce the cost of moving house.

  • Coffi house
    Article: Dec 9, 2014

    Dear Sir,

    Small businesses are crucial to the local economy in Cardiff, so we were delighted to visit several business owners last week on Wellfield Road, to mark Small Business Saturday. We spoke with business owners, including in Central Pharmacy, Jonathan David, Home Zone, the Coffi House and Errol Willy.

  • City Hall
    Article: Dec 8, 2014

    Jenny Willott, the Welsh Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, has commented on the disruptions to train services between Cardiff and London Paddington, which started on Saturday and led to train services being cancelled today due to signalling problems.

    Jenny Willott MP said:

    "I'm very disappointed that the disruption caused to passengers travelling between Cardiff Central and London, which began on the weekend, has continued today and led to the cancellation of trains. I know that some people were delayed up to an hour and half on Saturday because of signalling problems and it's very important that First Great Western solve any issues as soon as possible so further delays are avoided and people can get to where they need to go on time."

  • JW&EP
    Article: Dec 8, 2014

    Infighting within Cardiff's ruling Labour group shows key lessons from a damning Wales Audit Office report have not been heeded.

    That is the warning from the city's Lib Dems after November's Council meeting sparked an outbreak of open hostility between Labour backbenchers and the Council's Labour leader, Cllr Phil Bale.

  • Home Zone
    Article: Dec 5, 2014

    Jenny Willott, Lib Dem MP for Cardiff Central, and Eluned Parrott, AM for South Wales Central, today visited several businesses along Wellfield Road in Roath to mark Small Business Saturday.

    They spoke to businesses including Central Pharmacy, Jonathan David, Home Zone, The Coffi House and Errol Willy. Topics such as VAT, business rates, parking and the economic recovery came up during the visits.

  • Jenny at a desk
    Article: Dec 5, 2014

    Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, has welcomed a report from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) which includes recommendations on how to improve living standards.

    The CBI report includes calls to help families by increasing free childcare and echoes plans already set out by the Liberal Democrats to extend free childcare to 15 hours a week for all children from two-years-old.

  • Salvation Army
    Article: Dec 4, 2014

    Cardiff Central's Welsh Liberal Democrat MP Jenny Willott has welcomed the news that four projects in Cardiff Central are receiving grants from this year's Lloyds Bank Community Fund awards.

    The projects set to benefit are Cardiff Marrow - Cardiff students' branch of Anthony Nolan the country's most successful stem cell register, Vision 21 Cyfle Cymru, which provides training for people with learning needs, Cardiff First Responder Cyclists and Ty Celyn Sunday Club.

  • Jobs
    Article: Dec 3, 2014

    Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, believes the Autumn Statement provides for local residents in Cardiff Central and proves that the Lib Dems are building a Britain where everyone is given the opportunity to get on in life.

    The Autumn Statement highlights the Coalition Government's strategy to deal with the deficit, which has enabled the Government to pay for key Lib Dem priorities, including increasing the Personal Allowance to give basic rate taxpayers a further tax cut of £120, abolishing Employer National Insurance Contributions for apprentices aged under 25 and cutting stamp duty for the majority of people buying houses.

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