Mold market shoppers welcome commitment



Plaid's Delyn candidate Carrie Harper was joined by Llyr Huws Gruffydd, the lead Plaid candidate for the North Wales Region and they spoke to many people from the Delyn constituency and many others who had taken advantage of the good weather to travel to the popular market.

Carrie Harper said:

"A number of people commented on the recent referendum and the likely effect on all our futures in Wales. The substantial 'Yes' vote means that future Assembly governments will be far better equipped to do the job, but only if they have the polices to do it.

"Plaid Cymru has presented detailed policies for this election, in sharp contrast to Labour, who, even at this late stage, seem to have nothing to offer. They seem resigned to sitting back and taking the cuts imposed by the Tories and the Lib Dems from Westminster. This is a Welsh election and it's an opportunity for people in the north of Wales to help change our country for the better."

Llyr Huws Gruffydd said:

"We should not be rewarding Labour's failure, whether that be in areas like education, health or anything else. Plaid has the policies for a better Wales, and we have shown our commitment to the north in particular.

"It was thanks to Plaid Cymru in the last Assembly government that we started to move away from the 'M4 government' which ruled when Labour had sole control.

"Plaid is the only party to have launched its national election campaign in the north, and our commitment to the region goes deep. We've shown what we can do to protect Wales during the difficult years and it's now time to do more, with priorities such as raising school standards, creating new jobs with the Build4Wales programme, and improving our hospitals."