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Plaid Cymru to take bold action on tackling waste

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Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Minister for Sustainable Communities has outlined his party’s ambitious plans to achieve zero waste to landfill by 2030 – a generation earlier than the current target-year of 2050.

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Condemn or condone? Welsh Tory Leader challenged over PM tax scandal

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Plaid Cymru Treasury spokesperson Jonathan Edwards MP has today put pressure on the leader of the Conservative Assembly Group to clarify his view on the Prime Minister's tax affairs as the scandal threatens to derail the party's Assembly election campaign.

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Plaid in 'deeds not words' challenge to Labour over policing

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Plaid Cymru's Liz Saville Roberts MP has today issued a fresh challenge to Labour MPs over the devolution of policing, following a u-turn by the Shadow Home Secretary Andy Burnham.

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Plaid plans drive to slash avoidable deaths – and save 10,000 lives

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Plaid Cymru is today marking World Health Day by highlighting its manifesto pledge on cutting avoidable deaths, such as from smoking, alcohol and obesity, by 25%, saving thousands of lives.

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Plaid condemns Labour's 'amateurish approach' in Circuit of Wales blunder

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Plaid Cymru Assembly candidate for Blaenau Gwent, Nigel Copner, has criticised the Labour Welsh Government's "amateurish approach" to handling the funding of the Circuit of Wales in light of breaking news that the government will not underwrite funding for the project.

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Plaid Cymru calls out Labour lies over health spending commitments

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Plaid Cymru Assembly candidate Adam Price has called out the Labour party for their “blatant lies” when responding to the publication of Plaid Cymru’s manifesto today.

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Manifesto launch sets out ‘most ambitious programme for government’

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has said that her party offers the strong leadership Wales needs in the face of the economic crisis arising from the Tata steel sell-off.

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Time to make devolution count

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Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has said that the Welsh Government has an opportunity to make devolution count as Wales faces the biggest industrial crisis since the Assembly was established. Leanne Wood said that her party had put options on the table to support the industry and help secure a lasting future for the steel industry in Wales.

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Election must not get in the way of tackling steel crisis

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As the National Assembly prepares to reconvene today to discuss the future of the Welsh steel industry, Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has insisted that action must be taken to ensure the election does not get in the way of resolving the crisis.

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Welsh Government knew of Tata closures at Christmas

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Plaid Cymru has hit out at the Labour Welsh Government after one of its members told the Financial Times he had known since Christmas that Tata had little intention of keeping its UK steel business going.

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