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Plaid Cymru joins cross-party Brexit Summit to keep the UK in the Single Market

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Plaid Cymru has joined with the SNP, the Green Party and the Liberal Democrats in calling for the UK to stay in the Single Market and the Customs Union after leaving the EU.

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Plaid pledges more free childcare hours so children can start school on an equal footing

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Plaid Cymru to vote down latest Brexit Bill

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Plaid Cymru will vote against the Westminster Government’s latest Brexit Bill, which moves the UK towards exiting the Customs Union as well as the European Union.

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We urgently need an agreed common framework to secure post-Brexit farm funding

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Plaid Cymru urges reversal of hospital bed cuts

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Carrie Harper Chosen as Plaid Candidate in Alyn & Deeside By-election

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A campaigning councillor has been chosen to fight the Alyn & Deeside by-election for Plaid Cymru.

Carrie Harper, a mother of two, will contest the by-election on February 6th.

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Plaid Cymru condemns “horrifying” Libyan slave trade

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Jonathan Edwards MP has condemned the brutal exploitation and abuse being suffered in Libya. The Plaid Cymru MP is pushing the UK Government to work with the UN to end the atrocity of modern day slavery in Libya.

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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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