The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black has asked the Economy and Transport Minister to carry out improvements to the M4 Briton Ferry bridge to try and avert further closures due to high winds.Read more
The Welsh Liberal Democrat Spokesperson on Social Justice, Peter Black has backed Ofgem's recent call for energy companies to do more to return the £400 million in customers' closed accounts that they are hanging on to at present.Read more
The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black has accused the Welsh Labour Government of presiding over a childcare crisis. This follows the publication, of the Family and Childcare Trust's annual childcare survey 2014 which shows that childcare costs in England are falling in real terms for the first time in twelve years, whilst in Wales the cost of nursery care for under twos has significantly increased.Read more
The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for South Wales West, Peter Black who worked at Swansea Land Registry for 17 years before being elected, has urged the UK Government to rethink its plans to privatise the agency.Read more
The three opposition parties in the National Assembly have today come together to raise concerns that the Welsh Government is considering scrapping some of its own performance indicators.Read more
Peter Black is calling on the Welsh Labour government to do more to improve access to affordable, quality childcare.
Research has revealed that one in three families spend 30% of more of their available earnings on childcare. Since the Liberal Democrats entered government in Westminster in 2010, there have been significant improvements to childcare services in England. The Welsh Liberal Democrats are concerned that the Welsh Labour government is allowing Wales' childcare provision to fall behind.Read more
Responding to figures showing a decrease in the number of new homes registered in Wales, Peter Black AM has described the figures as a 'damning verdict' on the Welsh government's failure to stimulate Wales' housing market.Read more
The Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for South Wales West Peter Black is calling on the Welsh Government to make local listing statutory to ensure local assets are protected for future generations.Read more
Assembly Member Peter Black took small traders to heart on a visit to the city centre on Valentine's Day.
The South Wales West AM visited members of the Federation of Small Businesses in Swansea to learn about how Valentine's Day is important to their business.
The amount spent by local councils on disabled facility grants has fallen by 10% since 2008 despite growing demand and unacceptable waiting times, according to government figures unearthed by the Welsh Liberal Democrats Housing Spokesperson, Peter Black.Read more