Plaid Cymru Parliamentary Leader, Rt Hon Elfyn Llwyd MP, has held a meeting in the Home Office today (Thursday) to discuss potential changes to the law on domestic violence, specifically whether coercive control should be made an offence.
Plaid Cymru has welcomed the possibility of a fairer deal on pensions for Welsh firefighters. The FBU has called off its planned strike action in Wales as the Welsh Government has offered to begin a new consultation on a deal which may be better than the flawed and unjust offer made by the UK Government.
Following meetings in London today which included confidential discussions with Bank of England Governor Mark Carney and the Icelandic Ambassador, Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood and Treasury Spokesperson Jonathan Edwards MPhave said an economic rebalancing of Britain must involve Welsh voices at the heart of decision-making, including a Welsh Government nominee to sit on the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee.
Plaid Cymru MP for Arfon, Hywel Williams, has responded to the news that proposals for a High Speed Rail 3 (HS3) link between Manchester and Leeds have taken a step forward by warning that the project will leave Welsh transport in the slow lane.
Plaid Cymru’s Shelley Rees-Owen has spoken of her determination to provide the “positive alternative” to the tired and deflated legacy of Labour in the Rhondda.
Plaid Cymru’s Parliamentary Leader, Rt Hon Elfyn Llwyd MP, has used his party’s annual conference in Llangollen to make the case for using the Welsh poppy as a symbol of remembrance and respect for all from Wales who lost their lives during the First World War and all subsequent conflicts.
Plaid Cymru Shadow Transport Minister Rhun ap Iorwerth stepped up criticism of the Welsh Government’s plans to spend £1bn on a new 14-mile stretch of the M4 in South Wales.
As Plaid Cymru conference delegates gather in Llangollen, the Party of Wales AM Llyr Gruffydd has extended a warm welcome to members new and old.
Liz Saville outlines the party’s ambitions for the rural economy Plaid Cymru’s whole of Wales approach will help Wales’ communities reach their economic potential. That was the message of Plaid Cymru’s Westminster candidate for Dwyfor Meirionydd Liz Saville.
Plaid leader reveals Scots-style funding would amount to extra £1.2 billion a year Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has said in her keynote conference speech in Llangollen that only Plaid Cymru offers an alternative to the failed policy of austerity.
Plaid Cymru has called on the Welsh Government to offset the increasingly difficult economic challenges facing Welsh farmers by stepping up efforts to reduce red tape
Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has welcomed today’s cross-party motion on the Future of Devolution for Wales, and said that the current UK Government must act on the timetable set out in the motion.
Today (Monday), Plaid Cymru’s Sustainable Communities Commission publishes its report on how to make Wales a country of more sustainable communities, making ambitious recommendations on empowering people and communities to facilitate local democratic renewal, to create sustainable infrastructure and to strengthen community investment.
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Plaid Cymru calls for action on agriculture as the sector faces a 'perfect storm'
The Party of Wales Shadow Education Minister Simon Thomas has challenged the Education Minister over how he intends to deliver quality assurance in the Higher Education if the Quality Assurance Agency body is scrapped.
The Party of Wales has responded to the Government's announced review of the Welsh Milk Sector
Plaid Cymru MP for Arfon, Hywel Williams, has put his name to a 10 Minute Rule Bill in Parliament that would ensure that people who receive Universal Credit and Housing Benefit and live in social housing should be entitled to an additional bedroom relating to caring responsibilities or overnight care.
The Party of Wales welcomes today's agreement between the four parties on more devolution for Wales.
Responding to the publication of proposals for televised debates ahead of next year’s General Election, Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood AM said: "The age of two-party politics is over and these debates should be a true reflection of the choice facing people in all corners of the UK at the General Election.