Back a winning Wales on Grand National Day



Plaid Cymru has marked Grand National Day by urging people to back a winning future for Wales and vote for ambition.  Plaid Cymru is the only party that has put forward ambitious policies to tackle the cuts being imposed on Wales from Westminster by the Conservatives and Lib Dems.  Whilst the Labour has maintained a culture of excuses, ready to accept the damage Westminster is causing, Plaid Cymru has proposed a number of innovative and exciting policies to help build a better economy, including creating up to 50,000 jobs and supporting 30,000 apprenticeships.

Looking to become one of Plaid Cymru’s winning candidates in Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire is Nerys Evans, who says that Labour’s failures on education and health do not deserve to be rewarded.

Nerys Evans, said:

“Plaid Cymru is calling on the people of Wales to take a winning decision on May 5th.  Unfortunately in England they are faced with the dire choice between a Labour party that sent the economy into meltdown and a Tory-Lib Dem coalition that is intent on making it worse.  Here in Wales there is an alternative and that is Plaid Cymru.

“Plaid Cymru is the only party that has said it is time to end the culture of excuses.  We will not simply sit on our hands and accept massive cuts without doing something innovative and ambitious to improve our economy, NHS and education system. 

“Labour is just the same as the Tories and the Lib Dems in Westminster.  Their record of failure on the economy, health and education does not deserve to be rewarded.  If people want a winning Wales then it’s important they vote Plaid twice.”

Jonathan Edwards MP, who joined Nerys Evans in Carmarthenshire backing her campaign on Grand National Day, added:

“The lack of ambition and ideas from Labour is tragic.  In contrast Plaid Cymru is putting forward policies that will ensure our children get the education they deserve, a health service fit for purpose, better broadband, mobile and transport services and plans to create up to 50,000 jobs and support 30,000 apprenticeships.

“Make no mistake the last thing David Cameron and Nick Clegg want to see is a strong Plaid Cymru voice making the case for Wales.”