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Protecting single market membership must top First Minister's agenda

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Plaid Cymu Shadow Cabinet Secretary for External Affairs,Steffan Lewis AM, has today urged the First Minister to prioritise protecting Wales's membership of the single market in tomorrow's meeting of the Joint-Ministerial Committee.

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Hard Brexit is ‘Unpatriotic’, Says Plaid Cymru MP

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Plaid Cymru’s Westminster leader has today accused ‘hard Brexit’ Tories of being ‘unpatriotic', during a speech to Plaid Cymru’s annual conference.

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'What does Brexit Mean?' - Leanne Wood Times article

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This article first appeared in the Times Red Box on October 21, 2016

Brexit means Brexit – but what does Brexit mean? The air above Westminster is still heavy with the question which has dominated political debate in the UK for the past three months.

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Forward, Stronger

The political landscape has changed utterly following the vote to leave the European Union. In the broadcast Leanne Wood explains how Plaid Cymru is working to ensure that Wales moves forward, stronger.

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Plaid Cymru Leader Pays Tribute to Victims of Aberfan

Speaking on the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster, Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood said: “No one could fail to be moved by the tragedy that fell upon the Aberfan on October 21st 1966.

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Multi-billion pound ‘Welsh Wealth Fund’ must not be blocked by Westminster

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Wales could soon have its own multi-billion pound ‘Welsh Wealth Fund’ to invest in infrastructure and drive economic growth, as Plaid Cymru MP, Jonathan Edwards continues his campaign.

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Plaid Cymru secures best budget deal in Assembly history

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Everyone in Wales will benefit from Plaid Cymru’s £119 million budget deal with the Welsh Government Plaid Cymru Shadow Cabinet Member for Finance and Economy Adam Price has said.

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Dafydd Elis-Thomas leaves Plaid Cymru

Responding to Dafydd Elis-Thomas's decision to leave the Plaid Cymru Assembly Group, a spokesperson for the party's Dwyfor Meirionnydd constituency committee said:

"We thank Dafydd Elis-Thomas for his work for the party and the constituency since 1974.

"We are saddened and disappointed by his departure.

"The local constituency committee now appeals to his conscience and requests that he stands down in order to allow for a by-election.

"We will be making no further statements at present."

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Defeat of Autism Bill exposes more Lib Dem hypocrisy

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Liberal Democrat AM Kirsty Williams has today come under fire from Plaid Cymru's Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Education, Llyr Gruffydd AM for voting with the Labour Welsh Government against the Autism Bill in the Assembly last night.

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Confused Labour Party must come clean on Brexit

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Plaid Cymru calls for clarity from Labour on Single Market membership

Plaid Cymru has called for clarity from the Labour Party on the future of Wales’ economic links with Europe as Labour MPs in Westminster continue to contradict their colleagues in the Welsh Government.

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