Plaid Cymru has called for the devolution of welfare administration in order to prevent further homelessness.Read more
Plaid Cymru urges devolution of policing and criminal justice following Welsh government announcement on prisons
Plaid Cymru has welcomed the Welsh Government’s decision not to facilitate any further prisons in Wales – including the proposed ‘super prison’ in Port Talbot, until after ‘meaningful’ talks have taken place with the UK government. But the party has also repeated calls for Wales to control its own criminal justice system following the statement from Alun Davies AM, Cabinet Secretary for Local Government & Public Services this afternoon.Read more
Plaid Cymru Assembly Member and Chair of the Assembly’s Culture Welsh Language and Communications Committee, Bethan Jenkins, has demanded equality for Wales from the BBC following the Corporation’s decision to award a large increase in funding for BBC Scotland, including the creation of a new Scottish based TV channel.Read more
Plaid Cymru Assembly Members Bethan Jenkins and Adam Price have responded to the result of the ballot undertaken by TATA Steel workers.Read more
Plaid Cymru calls for release of any Welsh Orgreave in formation
Voters in the Valleys should be under no illusions about the nature of UKIP, according to Plaid Cymru.
UKIP Assembly Member Gareth Bennett, elected to represent the South Wales Central region, spoke against calls in the National Assembly for an inquiry into the behaviour of the UK state during the ‘battle of Orgreave’ in 1984.Read more