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Westminster welfare reform to trigger rise in child poverty, says IFS

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Analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has revealed that Westminster’s benefit cuts will trigger a 4% rise in child poverty across the British State, with Wales set to be hit disproportionately.

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“Make progress on Circuit of Wales leak investigation”

Adam Price writes to Permanent Secretary for update on investigation

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New rehabilitation centres needed for drug and alcohol abuse

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Rule out Airbnb-style hospital model in Wales, warns Rhun ap Iorwerth

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Plaid Cymru urges reversal of Community Hospital bed closures

Plaid Cymru Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport Rhun ap Iorwerth has warned the Health Secretary to rule out an Airbnb-style experiment in Wales for patients recuperating from hospital after it was announced that such a scheme would be piloted in England.

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S4C’s future “should not rest in Westminster’s hands”

Ben_Lake_2.jpgPlaid Cymru calls for devolution of Welsh language broadcaster

 

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Wales should recognise Catalan Republic - Leanne Wood

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood and the party's MP Hywel Williams who chairs the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Catalonia have congratulated people in Catalunya for having their say and gaining independence through "peaceful and democratic means".

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British Government leaves Holyhead Port off the map in Brexit discussions

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Plaid Cymru has criticised the British Government for leaving Holyhead Port “off the map” in Brexit discussions as the Brexit Secretary admits he has held no discussions on the future of Holyhead Port, despite claiming it will face extra complexities post-Brexit.

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Plaid Cymru welcomes Port Talbot anti-prison campaigners as "example of people power"

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"Make Wales a tourism VAT cut test-bed" - Steffan Lewis

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Plaid Cymru's Finance spokesperson Steffan Lewis AM will today challenge Conservative Assembly Members in the Senedd to persuade their Westminster colleagues to use the upcoming UK Budget to bring in a VAT cut for the tourism sector.

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Wales could end Universal Credit devastation

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Plaid Cymru sets out plans to protect Wales from the worst of welfare reform

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