A warning that proposals to develop land will destroy the quality of life of existing communities in Cardiff will be issued at the opening of the Plaid Cymru Spring conference in the city today.
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Llyr Gruffydd calls for policies to capitalise on resources
Plaid Cymru’s Westminster candidate for the Dwyfor Meirionnydd seat, Councillor Liz Saville Roberts, has used her maiden speech at the party’s Spring Conference to spell out Plaid Cymru’s commitment to putting Wales first.
Party leader unveils aspirations to overcome nation’s economic woes
Full-time high-quality education for all children from the age of three Plaid Cymru outlines a radical vision to give every child equal life chances
An Export Initiative to stop decline Plaid Cymru launches plans for an Overseas Trade Initiative
Leanne: Silk recommendations should be implemented at "earliest possible opportunity" Wales must not be left in limbo
Plaid Cymru Parliamentary Leader Elfyn Llwyd MP has responded to the newly published report on the transfer of non-financial powers from Westminster to Wales by criticising the pace of progress on Welsh devolution.
Responding to the escalating situation in the Ukraine, Plaid Cymru Parliamentary Leader Elfyn Llwyd MP said: "We have been greatly concerned by events taking place in the Ukraine over recent weeks and months. Whilst it had previously been an internal situation, it has now escalated into an international security crisis, with the potential to develop in to a highly serious military conflict.
Demand for financial help from Welsh councils as a result of benefit changes has risen by up to 420%, according to information obtained by Plaid Cymru under the Freedom of Information Act.
Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans has criticised Welsh and UK Governments for 'lacking the ambition and vision' to develop Wales' railway network.
Let LDPs reflect local housing projections Plaid Cymru calls for councils to respond to revised housing projections
Plaid Cymru calls for changes for the long-term future of services
Today (Wednesday), Plaid Cymru Parliamentary Leader Elfyn Llwyd MP, will present a Ten Minute Rule Bill in the House of Commons that, if passed, would criminalise all aspects of domestic violence – particularly those aspects which are not currently criminal offences, including coercive control.
A total of 341 planning applications for development on flood risk areas have been approved by local authorities in Wales since 2004 against the advice of experts, shock figures obtained by Plaid Cymru have revealed.
There is a clear need for a Welsh migration policy that meet Welsh needs, according to a Plaid Cymru discussion paper launched today that puts international migration into a Welsh context.
On International Mother Language Day, Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans has repeated calls for Welsh to be made an official language of the European Union to give a boost to the Welsh economy as well as giving our two official languages the same status.
Plaid Cymru in Welsh bonds call Party reiterates support for "financial flexibility"