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Plummeting Welsh exports “a real cause for concern”

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Plaid Cymru Shadow Economy Minister Rhun ap Iorwerth said that recent figures which show that the value of Welsh exports has plummeted by more than a billion pounds over a year should be a huge cause for concern.

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Tories demote Wales to sub-city status with justice powers for Manchester

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Plaid Cymru's Justice and Home Affairs spokesperson, Liz Saville Roberts MP has today accused the Tories in Westminster of demoting Wales to 'sub-city status' by giving criminal justice powers to Manchester while refusing to transfer them to the National Assembly.

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Budget shows need for National Infrastructure Commission for Wales

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has responded to the Chancellor's Budget by saying that Wales needs its own National Infrastructure Commission in order to boost the Welsh economy.

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Plaid Cymru government will build the Welsh economic engine

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood will be in London today to make the case for a new government for Wales and a package of proposals that would "build the Welsh economic engine" by creating jobs and boosting growth.

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'Vote Wales in May, vote Europe in June' - Leanne Wood

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Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has called on people in Wales to vote for Wales in May’s Welsh Assembly elections and on Europe in the EU referendum in June.

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Plaid Cymru announces it will create a ‘National Innovation Body’ to double Research & Development in Wales

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has today said that a Welsh Government under her leadership would establish a National Innovation Body in order to achieve the party's target of doubling Welsh R&D (Research & Development) spending, and building a global reputation for Wales as a centre of excellence for research and innovation.

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Labour's alternative Wales Bill: “Where on earth has the First Minister been until now?’

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Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has responded to the publication of the Labour First Minister's alternative Wales Bill by saying that it's "too timid, too little and far too late" given Labour's "damning record" of failing to secure more powers for the National Assembly.

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'Let no-one say that Wales cannot be a land of opportunity'

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Former Member of Parliament and candidate for the National Assembly election, Adam Price, has given a rousing speech to the party faithful at Plaid Cymru's national conference in Llanelli this weekend.

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No limits - Plaid's ambition for country offers Wales-wide appeal: Rhun ap Iorwerth

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Plaid Cymru Shadow Economy Minister, Rhun ap Iorwerth, will today urge people throughout the nation to unite behind the party's vision for a well, well-educated and wealthier Wales to end 17 years of Labour-led decline.

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'Bad or worse' - Leanne spells out reality of Labour-Tory false choice

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has today used her speech to Spring Conference to spell out the reality of the Labour-Tory "false choice", and said that Plaid Cymru offered a clear alternative to the 'bad or worse' future facing the NHS under either of those two parties.

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