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21/02/2022  Cause of concern

By Hywel Williams, MP for Arfon. Last week saw the end of the UK Government’s consultation on changes to Disability Living Allowance.

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18/02/2022  Virtual Reality

By Simon Thomas, our candidate in Mis and West Wales. Being a list candidate is very modern; it’s all a virtual reality.

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16/02/2022  Big Society v Real Society

By Helen Mary Jones, AM for Llanelli. Cameron’s idea of the Big Society is designed for those who live in the Blair/Brown fantasy concept of a middle-Britain bubble and will do nothing to help the real communities of Wales.

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16/02/2022  Time for a Welsh green belt?

By Jonathan T. Clark, candidate in South East Wales. There is a need for a Welsh equivalent to Green belt, to fringe our urban areas, to help focus out of town and fringe of town developments, not to mention helping to protect rural green spaces between and within some of our urban areas.

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15/02/2022  Motorists running on empty

By Stewart Hosie, SNP MP. Opposition day debates come but once a year for the SNP and Plaid Cymru group at Westminster and so we have always used them to call the Government of the day to account.

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14/02/2022  Draconian legal aid cut

By Elfyn Llwyd, MP The UK government is currently consulting on proposals to slash £350 million from the £2billion legal aid budget – a decision which would leave some of the most vulnerable people in our communities without free access to legal advice.

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12/02/2022  What about Wales?

By Chris Paul, our candidate in Newport East. The con-dems have announced so many damaging and fundamentally unjust policies during their short stay in government it is hard to know where to even start.

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11/02/2022  Challenges for Barry

By Ian James Johnson, our candidate in the Vale of Glamorgan. Lying only a few miles outside Cardiff, Barry is a major Welsh town known at various times for its port, once one of the world’s largest coal ports; its beaches and Butlins holiday camp; its successful football team, winning the Welsh League seven years in eight, and now better known

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10/02/2022  School patrols under threat

By Chris Franks, AM The impact of UK Government cuts is starting to show. The Vale Council is planning to cut school crossing patrols in Dinas Powys on Cardiff Road, Lavernock Rd, Penarth and in Cadoxton, Barry.

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09/02/2022  Co-operatives sparking the imagination

By Lleu Williams Last Sunday saw the final episode in the current series of ‘Baker Boys’ finish on BBC Cymru/Wales.

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08/02/2022  Count on Plaid

Nerys Evans is the Assembly Member for Mid and West Wales and will be standing for Plaid Cymru in the Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire constituency.

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07/02/2022  Soaring fuel prices must be tackled

By Jonathan Edwards, MP for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr Petrol prices in the UK are the second highest in the European Union, and the duty on diesel is by far the highest.

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05/02/2022  Working for Wales in Europe

By Jill Evans MEP and Plaid Cymru President In my eleven years as an MEP representing the whole of Wales, one of my top priorities has been to raise the profile of Wales in Europe.

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04/02/2022  Standing again

By Eifion Lloyd Jones, our candidate in Clwyd West. After almost a quarter of a century, it was exciting to start campaigning again for Plaid as a Candidate.

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03/02/2022  Local services for local people

By Iwan Huws, our candidate in Aberconwy. On the 5th of May 5, the people of Aberconwy willing, I hope to become their next Assembly Member.

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02/02/2022  Delivering for Llanelli
Delivering for Llanelli

By Helen Mary Jones AM. It’s been nearly 4 years since Plaid ventured into Government with Labour in 2007, and yes I had my concerns – but on reflection, Plaid being in Government has delivered for the people of Wales, and indeed, the people of my very own constituency, Llanelli.

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01/02/2022  Where are people expected to go?
Where are people expected to go?

By Jocelyn Davies AM and Deputy Minister for Housing and Regeneration. The reforms that the Tory government, along with its Lib Dem puppets, is making to housing benefits are clear proof that the Tory leopard will never change its spots.

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31/01/2022  A real chance
A real chance

By Nerys Evans AM. Months only before the Welsh General Election, the Western Mail is referring to the Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire constituency as a ‘hyper-marginal’.

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29/01/2022  Fighting to protect direct CAP payments
Fighting to protect direct CAP payments

By Elin Jones AM - AM for Ceredigion and Rural Affairs Minister One of the greatest frustrations we face in Wales is the inability of the Westminster government to stand up for Welsh views on issues that directly impact upon our rural communities.

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28/01/2022  Iraq inquiry is flawed and compromised
Iraq inquiry is flawed and compromised

“If we knew then what we know now, we would have done things differently” – that is what Tony Blair wanted us to believe when he first appeared in front of the Iraq Inquiry last June.

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