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Plaid Cymru Leaders' New Year Message for 2018

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood AM said: 

"People here in Wales face many problems and challenges which cannot be solved by our National Assembly because of its limited powers and because its current Labour government lacks the necessary will and ambition to get those powers.

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Quiz: Brexit means what?

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Take our big Brexit quiz and see if you have kept track of Labour's flip-flops, the Tories hypocrisy or whether Westminster has even bothered to give Wales a say on Brexit.

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The high street is not just for Christmas

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Plaid Cymru is urging Welsh shoppers to support their high streets all year round and back their local traders. The party’s Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure Adam Price said that supporting local businesses was crucial to keeping wealth locally and creating jobs.

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Plaid Cymru's domestic violence law not being enforced

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Plaid Cymru's domestic violence law not being enforced

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Two years after a new domestic abuse law to make coercive and controlling behaviour a crime was enacted, police forces are “poorly trained and ill-equipped” to deal with the new crime.

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Plaid calls for Welsh Government action to tackle loneliness and isolation

Plaid Cymru AM Dai Lloyd is calling on the Welsh Government to step up its efforts to tackle loneliness and isolation in Wales.

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Plaid Cymru backs calls for a register of all home schooled children

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Social Media companies “let off the hook” by Westminster’s optional Code of Practice

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Social Media companies are being “let off the hook” and allowed to “shirk their responsibility” on dealing with the rise of online hate-crime and abuse, according to Plaid Cymru.

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The Welsh Government could end homelessness today

Labour government doesn’t grasp the urgency of the situation, says Bethan Jenkins

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Labour's Brexit Year: A Different Policy for Every Month

As the largest Opposition party in Westminster, Labour is responsible for holding the UK Government to account on Brexit. In order to do this effectively, they need a policy of their own, especially in relation to membership of the customs union and single market. If Labour wasn't clear about whether they wanted in or out of these two treaties then it would make it impossible for them to try to influence government policy. Plaid Cymru's position is clear: we want to stay in the single market and customs union. So what is Labour's policy on membership of these?


 

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