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First Minister must make customs union ‘red line’ or risk border chaos

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Plaid Cymru AM for Ynys Môn, Rhun ap Iorwerth has today implored the First Minister to make Wales’s membership of the customs union “a red line” in any discussions and negotiations on Brexit.

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Customs Union and Single Market an "economic necessity" for Wales

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Responding to the statement by the EU that northern Ireland will remain in the Customs Union and Single Market, Plaid Cymru's Brexit spokesperson, Hywel Williams said:

"If northern Ireland stays within the EU's Single Market and Customs Union, it becomes an economic necessity for Wales to be given the same deal.

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7 Reasons Why Labour are Wrong to Back the M4 Black Route

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Surge in number of English prisoners in Wales, figures reveal

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The number of English prisoners serving in Welsh prisons has surged by 76% since March 2017, new figures have revealed.

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Downing Street must seek Parliamentary vote to leave Customs Union

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The Westminster Government has no mandate to take the UK countries out of the Customs Union, and must seek Parliamentary approval before doing so, Plaid Cymru has said.

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Jeremy Corbyn urged to re-think position on Brexit

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Opposition leaders have called on the Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn to re-think Labour’s position on Brexit, ahead of a meeting with his MPs.

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Westminster votes to spend billions on redecorating Parliament

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Westminster politicians have voted to spend billions of pounds of taxpayers’ money on redecorating their own offices, as a Plaid Cymru/SNP amendment to allow Parliament to be relocated outside London is defeated.

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Plaid Cymru takes legal advice on data breach and First Minister's "misleading" of Assembly

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First Minister and Health Board have "serious questions to answer" over sharing information
 
Plaid Cymru's Adam Price AM and Jonathan Edwards MP are in talks with lawyers after the First Minister used today's session of First Minister's Questions to release both incorrect information and the details of correspondence between Hywel Dda Health Board and their constituency office.
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7 reasons why HS2 is bad news for Wales

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Today MPs will vote on HS2 once again. Here are 7 reasons why Plaid Cymru MPs will vote against it:

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Rhun ap Iorwerth calls for halt to privatisation within Welsh NHS

More Welsh NHS services are being outsourced to a private company, revealed Plaid Cymru Chief Whip Rhun ap Iorwerth, deputising for Leanne Wood during First Minister’s Questions.

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