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Plaid Cymru’s Dai Lloyd warns of Wales Act “power-grab” over Trade Unions

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Party’s Wales Act vote “vindicated” by reported UK Government stance

Plaid Cymru AM Dr Dai Lloyd has said that his party’s vote against the Wales Act could be “vindicated” if the UK Government doesn’t allow Welsh legislation on trade unions to go forward.

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“Nosediving” business investment a worrying sign for Brexit, says Jonathan Edwards

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Economic uncertainty caused by Brexit is a worrying sign of economic times to come, Plaid Cymru has said ahead of the UK Chancellor’s budget on Wednesday.

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Plaid to explore 'penny for health and social care' policy – Adam Price AM

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Plaid Cymru's Shadow Economy Secretary, Adam Price will use his speech to party conference to announce that Plaid will explore the prospect of a dedicated health and social care levy - a one pence increase in the basic rate of income tax.

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Welsh NHS being held back by Labour lethargy, says Plaid

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Plaid Cymru AM, Rhun ap Iorwerth has accused the Labour Party of “resolute lethargy” over chronic failures in the NHS.

The Plaid Cymru Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Health said in his speech to the party’s spring conference in Newport that Aneurin Bevan’s vision of an NHS is being held back from its potential under a lethargic Labour government.

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Plaid Cymru "on the side of the people" ahead of Local Elections – Leanne Wood

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood said her party is "on the side of the people" ahead of May's Local Elections.

Positioning Plaid Cymru as "your community party", she drew attention to Labour's failings on public service delivery, saying "Wales cannot afford to keep rewarding a legacy of failure".
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Plaid Cymru calls for ‘Brexit Mitigation Fund’

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A Plaid Cymru MP has called on the UK Chancellor to announce a ‘Brexit Mitigation Fund’, to make sure that Wales “is not economically decimated” by Brexit.

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Plaid Cymru council candidate pledges to make politics work again for Newport

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We need to make Politics work again – that was the call from Newport City Council candidate, Jonathan T Clark at Plaid Cymru’s spring conference in the city.

 

Jonathan Clark, who is standing for Plaid Cymru in the city’s Allt-yr-yn Ward, pledged that he, and Plaid Cymru councillors across Wales, will work to make people’s day-to-day life better in their communities. He highlighted the concerns of local communities over the loss of green areas, lack of jobs and chronic underinvestment in housing and infrastructure.

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Sian Gwenllian AM issues a rallying call ahead of local government elections.

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Plaid Cymru Assembly Member and shadow minister for Local Government Sian Gwenllian today called on activists at the party’s spring conference to hold onto their core values of putting Welsh communities first.

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Plaid Cymru on mission to rebalance Wales – Leanne Wood

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Plaid Cymru is on a mission to rebalance Wales – that will be the message today from Plaid Cymru leader, Leanne Wood when she addresses the party’s spring conference in Newport.

The Rhondda AM is expected to say that addressing regional inequality is one of the biggest challenges facing modern Wales.

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Plaid Cymru: Strengthening our Communities. Re-building Wales.

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Plaid Cymru to meet in Newport for Spring Conference

Plaid Cymru will hold its Spring Conference in Newport on 3rd and 4th March, bringing elected members and local activists together ahead of local government elections in May. The Conference will be held in the Riverfront Centre, Newport, and set out Plaid Cymru’s vision to secure the best possible deal for Welsh communities.

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