Clwyd South MP Susan Elan Jones Praises Progressive New Welsh Labour Policy

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Photograph Above – Susan Elan Jones MP with Glyn Meredith, Director of Leonard Cheshire Cymru and another representative of the charity

While we in Clwyd South Labour Party fully support and campaign passionately to Save the Welsh Independent Living Grant (SWILG) (CLICK HERE), we also think it is important to point out where we agree with progressive ideas & policies from Welsh Labour on similar issues.

Clwyd South MP, Susan Elan Jones, has met in Parliament with disability charity Leonard Cheshire Cymru (CLICK HERE) to mark a new Welsh Government policy that will get rid of 15 minutes flying care visits. The law change will make sure disabled people and others with personal care needs have a statutory right to longer visits. Charity Leonard Cheshire Cymru has described the breakthrough as “really good news”.

“This is great news – and a fantastic tribute to the pioneering work of the Welsh Labour Government,” said Susan Elan Jones MP (CLICK HERE). “I meet with disability charities in Parliament and also have a close link with the excellent Leonard Cheshire care home in Dolywern in my constituency. I know how delighted disability and care organisations are with what the Welsh Government has done. The move will revolutionise personal care and make a real difference to so many people’s lives.”

Leonard Cheshire Cymru outlined its strong support for the move in a statement:

“This is really good news! We’re looking forward to working with the Welsh Government to make sure this means that everyone who needs them is able to get dignified home care visits with enough time to do important tasks like getting up and having something to eat”

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