Mark Williams's policies
Statement to voters
This election will be the biggest fight for our country in a generation.
It is about the type of country we want to be and the future we want for our children.
It is about ensuring that Wales and our rural communities have a strong voice in Westminster who will fight for a Wales that is outward looking and tolerant where everyone has the opportunity to get on in life.
With concerns about the impact that leaving the Single Market will have on our agriculture sector and our towns and villages, it is vital that we have a strong and experienced voice standing up for our communities to ensure that the government listens to our concerns.
In my twelve years representing Ceredigion I have always put our County and our communities first and I will continue to do so if re-elected.
I will continue to stand up for small businesses, for better broadband, for our local services, and for the funding that our communities need to grow and prosper. And I will fight for a Wales that has the tools we need to build an economy that works for everyone, to make our NHS and social care services fit for the future, and to give our children the best start in life.
A vote for me and the Welsh Liberal Democrats is a vote for the open, tolerant and liberal values that Ceredigion has always believed in, and for a strong, local and experienced voice in Westminster.
This statement was added by Mark Williams, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.
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About Mark Williams
Mark Fraser Williams is a British politician, who was the leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats from 2016 to 2017. He is a former Member of Parliament (MP) for the Ceredigion constituency, a seat he gained from Plaid Cymru in 2005, and then lost again to Ben Lake of Plaid Cymru at the 2017 general election. He sat on the Welsh Affairs Select Committee, and in 2006 he became a Shadow Minister for Wales under Menzies Campbell.Read more on Wikipedia
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