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17/02/2022  Creating a buzz

By Jill Evans MEP and President of Plaid Cymru An increase of nearly a quarter in the electorate just weeks before an election would normally make us very suspicious, but in the case of the Plaid leadership election we really welcome it.

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17/02/2022  Extra Mile: Local Councillor assists with litter picking at Maes Tryfan, Bangor

Plaid Councillor Elin Walker Jones joined the Probation Service to collect litter at Maes Tryfan estate in Bangor.

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17/02/2022  Extra Mile: Paul jumps for safety

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Plaid Cymru councillor Paul James on one of three bungee jumps to raise money for CCTV cameras on the Llanbadarn to Aberystwyth cycle path.

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10/02/2022  From the Senedd

By Leanne Wood, AM. The Plaid leadership election has attracted a great deal of media interest. Receiving somewhat less attention is the serious business of holding the minority Labour Government to account.

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03/02/2022  From the Senedd

by Simon Thomas, AM for Mid and West Wales Have you bought or sold a house near a proposed railway line recently? In receipt of a large bank bonus and looking for land to buy? If so, you are either a) Secretary of State Cheryl Gillan, b) someone whose name rhymes with “fester” or c) playing Monopoly with your children.

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31/01/2022  Small EU states can be smarter, richer and less dependent

On 27th January, the New York Times' Landon Thomas Jr. presented a provocative picture of Wales' economic prospects with political independence.

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27/01/2022  From the Senedd

By Elin Jones, AM for Ceredigion. It’s been a strange week for Plaid Cymru Leadership candidates. I feel as if I am living in at least 2 parallel universes.

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20/01/2022  From the Senedd

By Dafydd Elis-Thomas, AM for Dwyfor-Meirionnydd. Since I am Chair of the Environment and Sustainability Committee as well as being Plaid spokesperson on the environment, I questioned the First Minister regarding the Welsh Government’s priorities as regards action on fuel poverty, emphasising that this issue needs to be a priority as it meets

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14/01/2022  Police Commissioners -The way forward

Article by Elfyn Llwyd MP Later this year, in November 2012, there will be the first ever elections for Police and Crime Commissioners for the four police forces in Wales.

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14/01/2022  This week at the Senedd

by Lindsay Whittle This week saw the Assembly return to business as usual and it was very quickly made clear that any dreams we might have had that the government might had made a new years resolution to start delivering for the people of Wales, were nowhere near reality.

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11/01/2022  Turning our economic fortunes around
Turning our economic fortunes around

Plaid Cymru’s Economy Spokesperson Alun Ffred Jones AM looks at the Wales’ economic performance including the recently announced 2010 GVA figures, and the outlook for the economy in the New Year.

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31/12/2021  Iraq: So that’s it then...
Iraq: So that’s it then...

So that’s it then. The Iraq War is at an end. The long awaited conclusion as the final US soldiers leave the country, closing the gate behind them with a kick.

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21/12/2021  The Welsh national interest

Article published on today's Click on Wales blog by Jill Evans MEP Recent events in the global economy and the crises in the Euro (and Sterling) zones have highlighted, more than ever, the case for identifying and promoting the Welsh national interest.

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20/12/2021  Support Welsh music talent
Support Welsh music talent

Join the campaign to keep Radio One's 'Introducing' in Wales Plaid Cymru have joined with musicians in calls to keep BBC 'Introducing' in Wales.

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16/12/2021  Welsh economy has reached a new low, warns academic and former MP Adam Price
Welsh economy has reached a new low, warns academic and former MP Adam Price

Adam Price, a Fellow at Harvard University’s Center for International Development and the former Plaid Cymru MP for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr, fears Wales' situation will only get worse The Welsh economy has reached a new low.

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10/12/2021  Two-speed Europe could be disastrous for Wales

// Plaid Economic Adviser Dr Eurfyl ap Gwilym gives his thoughts on the latest Eurozone developments The agreement reached by the Heads of State of the EU is the culmination of many weeks of haggling which have revealed deep divisions within the EU.

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09/12/2021  Commemorating Llywelyn
Commemorating Llywelyn

By Jill Evans MEP and President of Plaid Cymru. This weekend, December 10th and 11th, we will be commemorating Llywelyn ap Gruffydd at the village of Cefn-y-Bedd on the outskirts of Builth Wells.

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02/12/2021  From the Senedd

Since the election in May, Plaid Cymru has consistently called on the Welsh government to take action to tackle rising unemployment and to come forward with a credible plan to boost the Welsh economy.

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28/11/2021  Contributors to our national life and standard of living
Contributors to our national life and standard of living

One of the largest strikes for many year goes ahead this Wednesday, as public sector workers down chalk and switch off computers in protest at UK Government plans to change future public sector pension provision.

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24/11/2021  From the Senedd

By Bethan Jenkins AM It’s been yet another one of those weeks in the Assembly when the words and deeds of our political opponents have been at odds with one another.

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