Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Economy Minister Rhun ap Iorwerth has appealed to the Welsh Government to look to recruit a Wales-based company to produce a new film promoting the Wales.
Plaid Cymru welcomes the devolution of the rail franchise. For the first time, Wales will be able to choose who operates its own railway. This is something that our party has underlined the importance of for several years.
The Welsh Government has confirmed it is in talks about the possibility of devolving teachers’ pay and conditions.
Plaid Cymru’s Hywel Williams MP has criticised comments made earlier today by the Prime Minister in which he confirmed that there would be no reform of the Barnett Formula on the horizon.
Party of Wales works to lower energy bills while 1 in 4 live in fuel poverty.
Party of Wales leader Leanne Wood has today expressed disappointment that the Labour Welsh Government has failed three ‘key tests’ in its draft budget
A reserved powers model will mean that UK nations will be allowed to decide on the powers that they want to share with the rest of the UK. That is the message of the Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood as she addresses the SNP conference today.
The Welsh Government has been accused of double standards after it was revealed that caterers at its Cardiff headquarters are advertising jobs for baristas paying just above the National Minimum Wage.
Click here to read the leader of the Party of Wales, Leanne Wood's response to the opinion poll showing majority of people want parity with Scotland.
“Labour says it, Plaid Cymru means it”: Jonathan Edwards
Party of Wales spokesperson tells Mumsnet that Government should put children’s wellbeing first by changing law on physical punishment
The Party of Wales has unveiled a three-point plan to help the estimated 400,000 households in Wales who are off the gas network and face higher costs and little consumer protection.
As the Wales Bill is debates in the Lords today, Plaid Cymru's Lord Dafydd Wigley and Lord Dafydd Elis-Thomas have tabled an amendment that, if passed, would empower the Assembly to determine whether 16 and 17 year olds could participate in Assembly elections.
Better terms and conditions essential to raise morale
Gwynfor Owen vows to fight for a brighter future for Montgomeryshire.
On the eve of Remembrance Sunday, Plaid Cymru has published ‘A Vow to Our Veterans’ – a paper detailing the party’s proposals for increasing support and improving provisions for veterans of the armed forces.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood says the time for a softly softly approach to employers flouting the National Minimum Wage (NMW) is long gone.