Party of Wales MEP Jill Evans has reiterated her concerns about changes to the inspection of pig meat.
Plaid Cymru Shadow Education Minister Simon Thomas has called for the Welsh Government to end the blame game and put forward a long term vision for education in Wales after another international report found failings in the education system.
Plaid Cymru unveils plans to normalise multilingualism
Plaid Cymru will this afternoon (Wednesday) call a vote to devolve control over Air passenger Duty, as recommended by the Silk Commission. A poll by a national newspaper this week found that 78% of participants supported devolving control over APD to Wales.
The House of Commons will later vote on a Plaid Cymru amendment calling for a review of the top rate of income tax. Plaid Cymru has a longstanding policy to reinstate the 50p top rate of income tax - a position which the Labour party finally agrees with.
Tomorrow (Wednesday), Plaid Cymru's Hywel Williams MP will use a debate in the House of Commons to highlight the difficulties disabled people who claim PIP (Personal Independence Payment) for their mobility needs will face as the new scheme comes into force.
Plaid Cymru’s Westminster Group has tabled an amendment to the Wales Bill that would change the name of the Welsh Assembly to the National Parliament of Wales.
Simon Thomas AM has said the failure of the deal to sell the Murco oil refinery in Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire is another example of a spread sheet economic recovery that has not helped people living in Wales.
Plaid Cymru leader urges First Minister to respond to Glangwili ‘alarm bell’
Bethan Jenkins salutes workers at “beginning of the end of a long, long battle” Bethan Jenkins AM has hailed the dogged determination of a group of former car workers from Swansea who look to have won their five-year battle to recover their pensions.
Party of Wales leads the campaign to protect teachers’ pay
Leader calls for end to Tory-Labour point scoring at expense of devolution
Plaid Cymru has used the one-year anniversary (April 1st) of the UK Government's welfare reforms to condemn austerity's legacy in Wales and urge a change of economic directions towards a focus on investment for growth.
Plaid Cymru's Treasury spokesperson, Jonathan Edwards MP, has issued fierce criticism of the Labour party for failing to offer any clarity on their vision for further financial powers and fair funding for Wales.
Rhodri Glyn Thomas uses Assembly debate to urge more support for Fire Service
Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans has visited Glynneath to see how European funding is going to be spent in the regeneration of the town.
Plaid Cymru ‘outrage’ as Labour shuts down scrutiny Labour buries head in sand as Elin Jones calls for Ann Clwyd evidence
Plaid Cymru’s Jonathan Edwards MP has fiercely criticised Labour MPs from Wales for voting in favour of Chancellor Osborne’s welfare cap in a Commons vote this afternoon.
Warm words are not enough – the First Minister must act Plaid Cymru warns that action is needed to halt the decline of the language
Plaid Cymru’s Jonathan Edwards MP has called on the First Minister to urge Labour MPs from Wales to vote against Chancellor George Osborne’s proposed welfare cap in a vote on the Budget tomorrow (Wednesday).