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Great Repeal Bill “an act of constitutional aggression” by UK Government

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Plaid Cymru Shadow Cabinet Secretary for External Affairs, Steffan Lewis AM, has today accused the UK Government of committing “an act of constitutional aggression” with its plan to claw back powers from Wales as part of the Great Repeal Bill.

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Andrew RT Davies misleading Welsh farmers as he flip flops on funding

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Plaid Cymru AM for North Wales, Llyr Gruffydd has today hit out at the Leader of the Welsh branch of the Conservative Party, Andrew RT Davies, for performing a "screeching u-turn" in his claims on Brexit and funding for Welsh farmers.

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Great Repeal Bill: ‘biggest Westminster power grab since annexation’

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Plaid Cymru tells Westminster: ‘Hands off our Parliament’

Plaid Cymru has called the White Paper on the Great Repeal Bill, published today by the Secretary of State for Leaving the EU, ‘the biggest Westminster power grab since our annexation in 1536’.

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People of Blaenau Gwent need answers from Government ahead of local elections

 

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 Plaid Cymru’s shadow economy secretary, Adam Price AM, has said that the people of Blaenau Gwent have the right to know the government’s intentions on the Circuit of Wales ahead of the local elections. Back in February this year, the government Minister told the Assembly that the due diligence process would be completed within 4-6 weeks. That deadline has now passed and the government has revealed that their decision will not be made public until after May’s elections.

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Plaid Cymru's response to the triggering of Article 50

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Plaid Cymru’s Brexit spokesperson, and Wales’ member of the Brexit Select Committee, Jonathan Edwards, has responded to the triggering of Article 50.

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Wales needs ‘Brexit Barometer’ to help businesses prepare for Brexit fallout

 

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Plaid Cymru calls for more support for an economy at risk

Plaid Cymru has called for a ‘Brexit Barometer’ tool to help Welsh businesses understand the risks following Brexit and assess their readiness to deal with them.

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Leanne Wood sets out Plaid Cymru's Article 50 letter demands

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Plaid Cymru leader makes “defending and advancing economic interests” top priority

Plaid Cymru leader, Leanne Wood has published her party’s Article 50 letter demands, outlining how defending and advancing the economic interests of each of the four UK members should be the top priority for Theresa May.

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New bid to cut litter and waste in Wales

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A new bid for action to reduce litter in Wales has been put forward by Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Climate Change and Rural Affairs Simon Thomas.

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We Will Put the Welsh Economy at the Fore of Our Brexit Representations, says Plaid Cymru’s Leanne

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has said her party will put the Welsh economy first and fight “an extreme Tory Brexit.”

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Plaid Cymru Slams 6th Labour Vote Against Ending Zero Hour Contracts in Wales

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Plaid Cymru has attacked Labour AMs in the National Assembly for voting – for the 6th time in as many years – against a Plaid Cymru amendment to outlaw the use of zero hour contracts in the public sector in Wales.

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