News

No action by Labour Government on plant that causes early deaths in Wales

Simon_Thomas_official_for_website.jpg

Information obtained by Plaid Cymru shows that there has been no action has been taken by the Labour Government on a plant that causes early deaths in Wales.

Read more
Share

IPFR review backs Plaid policy– Government must implement findings to give Welsh patients fair play

Rhun.jpg

Independent review recommends abolition of “exceptionality” in individual patient Requests

Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Health Minister Rhun ap Iorwerth today welcomed the publication of the independent review into the Individual Patient Funding Request System (IPFR). The independent review was a key concession the party won from Labour last year following the assembly election. The review backs Plaid Cymru on a number of areas:

Read more
Share

Extreme Brexit could destroy rural communities, warns Liz Saville Roberts

LSR_conf_3.jpg

Plaid Cymru warns farmers could face same fate as miners

Plaid Cymru MP, Liz Saville Roberts has warned that the UK Government’s decision to pursue an extreme Brexit could destroy rural communities in search of “some right wing, free market nirvana”.

Read more
Share

'Welsh progressives, don't lose hope'

Steffan_Lewis_C9C1533.jpg

Steffan Lewis vows not to give up the fight for single market membership

Steffan Lewis AM, Plaid Cymru spokesperson on Brexit, has called on Welsh progressives to keep fighting for the best possible Brexit deal for Wales following the speech by Prime Minister Theresa May today. In the speech, the Prime Minister set out her plan for Brexit, clarifying for the first time that she plans for the UK to leave the single market.

Read more
Share

'Significant roll-back of powers' represents clear failure to respect Wales

DrDai.jpg

Plaid Cymru confirms intention to vote against Wales Bill Consent Motion

Plaid Cymru's Dr Dai Lloyd AM has confirmed that his party's Assembly Members intend to vote against an LCM (Legislative Consent Motion) on the controversial Wales Bill in the Assembly today.

Read more
Share

Westminster puts British State on track for ‘extreme Brexit'.

conference.jpg

Plaid Cymru vows to vote against triggering Article 50

Plaid Cymru accuses the Prime Minister of pursuing an ‘extreme Brexit’ and says Labour must now join Plaid Cymru in voting against Article 50.

Read more
Share

Plaid Cymru urges Prime Minister to commit to Single Market and Customs Union

Jonathan_Edwards1bsmall.jpg

Plaid Cymru issues statement ahead of Prime Minister's Brexit speech

Ahead of a speech by the Prime Minister, in which she is expected to give her most detailed report on the UK Government’s position since the referendum, Plaid Cymru’s Brexit spokesperson, Jonathan Edwards, called on the Prime Minister to commit to maintaining Wales’ membership of the Single Market and Customs Union.

Read more
Share

Plaid Cymru amendment forces Committee concession on Single Market

conference.jpg

The Brexit Select Committee report has called on the Prime Minister to make the UK Government’s position on continued membership of the single market and customs union clear before Article 50 is triggered, thanks to an amendment by Wales’ MP on the committee, Plaid Cymru’s Jonathan Edwards.

Read more
Share

Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon report backing ‘game-changing’ says Plaid Cymru

tidal_lagoon.jpg

Plaid Cymru has called the publication of a report in Westminster by former UK energy minister Charles Hendry backing the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon as a potentially game-changing moment for the tidal lagoon industry.

Read more
Share

English NHS failures fuelling Welsh NHS crisis

hywelwilliams.jpg

Plaid Cymru attacks ‘political establishment’ on NHS failings

Wales’ NHS crisis is the result of a chaotic Tory UK Government adding fuel to a fire of incompetence in the Labour Welsh Government, according to Plaid Cymru.

Read more
Share

This starts with you

They have the money but we have the people. If everyone who visits this website joins our movement, there's nothing we can't accomplish together.

Campaigns