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10 things we learnt from Leanne Wood's speech to Plaid Cymru Conference 2017

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Victory for Plaid as Labour Welsh Government reverses tuition fees increase decision

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Plaid Cymru Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, Llyr Gruffydd AM, has today welcomed the Labour Welsh Government's decision to u-turn on hiking tuition fees, hailing a victory for Plaid Cymru's campaign against the rise.

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A cut in VAT, not a tourism tax, needed to boost Welsh economy

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A cut in VAT, not a tourism tax, needed to boost Welsh economy

 

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Government ‘online hate crime hub’ given budget of just £3 per crime

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The UK Government’s recently announced ‘online hate crime hub’, designed to improve police response to online hate crime and support for victims, has been allocated a budget of just £3 per crime.

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Brexit: Wake-up week for Wales, warns Wigley

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Speaking at a pro-Europe rally in Cardiff today (Saturday 14th October), Plaid Cymru Hon President, Dafydd Wigley has asserted that this week has been a critical week for Wales with regard to our future relationship with Europe.

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Plaid Cymru Offers Support to People Affected by Universal Credit Changes

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Plaid Cymru has reached out to people affected by recent changes in rules to claiming Universal Credit by providing phone services free of charge for making calls to the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP).

 

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Concerns for the future of Ysbyty Gwynedd’s world leading vascular service raised at PMQs

Hywel champions lifesaving service facing Labour centralisation threat

Concerns about the future of the world-leading emergency and inpatient vascular service at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor and the spiralling effect downgrading the service could have on other health provisions at the hospital was today raised at Prime Minister’s Questions by Plaid Cymru Arfon MP Hywel Williams.

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Plaid Cymru calls for ‘renewed focus’ following Children’s Commissioner’s Annual Report

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Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Education and Children, Llyr Gruffydd AM, has called on the Welsh Government to deliver a ‘renewed focus’ on issues facing children and young people, following today’s publication of the Children’s Commissioner for Wales’ Annual Report.

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Theresa May speech underlines need to stop Westminster power-grab

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Plaid Cymru has responded to Theresa May’s speech to the Conservative Party conference, criticising the British Prime Minister’s failure to mention Wales once, in a speech dominated by “meaningless phrases”.

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7 pledges the Prime Minister must make for Wales

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