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"Don't leave Wales's future in hands of Westminster Tories" Leanne urges Labour

Leanne Wood used First Minister’s Questions to challenge the Labour Government to set out a plan for the constitutional and economic future of Wales in light of a potential referendum on Scottish independence.

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Plaid Cymru responds to the vote on Article 50 Bill

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Plaid Cymru’s Brexit spokesperson, Jonathan Edwards MP, has responded to the House of Commons voting against the Lords amendments to the Article 50 Bill, saying the Welsh Government faces a choice of representing the Welsh national interest or “continue to do the bidding of its Tory masters in Westminster”.

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"Time to spark national debate about our country's future" - Leanne Wood

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Hard Brexit will lead to growing support for Wales to have greater control over its own affairs

Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has responded to the Scottish First Minister's announcement that she will press for a referendum on Scottish independence by saying it's time for Wales to have its own debate about the nation's future.

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Disability Charities highly critical of Welsh Government Funding cuts

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Plaid Cymru calls for restoration of support for Family Fund

Plaid Cymru has today highlighted the concerns of Carers Wales, Contact a Family Cymru and Learning Disability Wales regarding Labour’s severe cuts to the Family Fund.

The Family Fund supports over 5,000 low income families across Wales each year. The fund distributes public money across Wales, and the UK, in the form of grants to families with sick and disabled children.

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Local elections should decide who is best to clean up and maintain local environment

 

      

 

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Plaid Cymru controlled councils have demonstrated the way forward for other councils across Wales when it comes to recycling, that was the message from Assembly Members.

During questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs in the National Assembly today, Plaid Cymru’s record on recycling achievements were highlighted.

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'A high tax, low wage budget.' - Jonathan Edwards MP reacts to 2017 Budget

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Plaid Cymru’s Treasury spokesperson, Jonathan Edwards MP, has responded to the UK Chancellor’s Budget Statement.

Jonathan Edwards said:

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Plaid Cymru AM, MP and MEP unite to celebrate International Women’s day

Leanne Wood, Liz Saville Roberts and Jill Evans unite to celebrate the gains made in the battle for women’s rights over the last century whilst also highlighting the importance of protecting the rights gained through EU legislation.

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It's time for an Wales-wide budget, Plaid Cymru tells the Welsh Government

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Plaid AMs votes against supplement to Labour/Lib Dem 2016 Budget

Plaid Cymru Assembly Members have voted against the Welsh Government's supplementary budget today, calling on Labour Ministers to bring forward a budget that demonstrates it is committed to investing in the whole of Wales.

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“We will not accept that this is as good as it gets”

 Plaid Cymru council candidate, Heledd Fychan addresses conference

“We will not accept that this is as good as it gets” was the message today from Heledd Fychan whilst addressing the Plaid Cymru Spring Conference in Newport.
She said that it is time that local authorities faced up to the challenges ahead and offered a clear vision towards the future.

Heledd will be standing for election in Pontypridd Town Ward as a Plaid Cymru candidate in May’s local council elections.

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Abandon failed ‘long-term economic plan’, urges Plaid

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Plaid Cymru – The Party of Wales

Plaid Cymru calls on Chancellor to deliver on long-awaited infrastructure projects

Plaid Cymru has urged Westminster to abandon what it calls ‘the failed austerity experiment’ and outline measures to mitigate the impact of Brexit on people’s jobs and wages, in the Chancellor’s Budget statement tomorrow.

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