This article by Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood first appeared in the Times on 15th May 2018
It is difficult to find any real benefits to exiting the European Union. Increased barriers to trade, soaring cost of living and fewer opportunities for future generations all spring to mind. One glimmer of hope dangled in front of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland was that more powers would come our way.
Leanne Wood's speech from the Welsh Assembly ahead of a vote on whether to accept the Labour Welsh Government's deal with the Westminster Tory government which will see them take control over 26 fields of devolved policy areas
We have heard the Orwellian doublespeak used by this Government to justify its capitulation.
The accusation you have levelled against us was one of flag waving nationalists. At least ours is not the white flag of surrender.
Leanne Wood delivered an impassioned speech yesterday during the National Assembly debate on UK military intervention in Syria - and Welsh Labour leader Carwyn Jones' support for it. Here it is in full.
Richard (not his real name), has been a victim of stalking for more than six years. His stalker repeatedly brings baseless, vexatious claims against him in the civil court. Richard has to represent himself because of a lack of funds. Although his stalker is subject to a restraining order, he is allowed to cross-examine Richard in the civil courts and abuse him further.
This year, a range of communities placed their trust in Plaid Cymru at the ballot box. From north to south, and east to west, we have put down roots in parts of the country, giving us a platform on which to build a Wales of ambition and of justice. This week, we again demonstrate that we can hold the Labour Government to account, whilst negotiating for concrete gains to improve the nation.