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21/12/2014  People of Wales paying more than they should for energy, says Plaid
People of Wales paying more than they should for energy, says Plaid

Plaid Cymru calls for full devolution of Wales' natural resources.

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20/12/2014  Statistics reveal middle aged most affected by alcohol overconsumption
Statistics reveal middle aged most affected by alcohol overconsumption

Plaid Cymru has called for targeted public messaging in order to discourage the misuse of alcohol.

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19/12/2014  Police Commissioners branded a waste of public money by Plaid AM
Police Commissioners branded a waste of public money by Plaid AM

  Plaid Cymru AM Rhodri Glyn Thomas has called for Police and Crime Commissioners to be scrapped once their current term ends.

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15/12/2014  SNP, Plaid Cymru and the Greens: Austerity has Failed. Time for a New Approach to Politics.
SNP, Plaid Cymru and the Greens: Austerity has Failed. Time for a New Approach to Politics.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood and leader of the Green party in England and Wales Natalie Bennett have today stated that all three parties will unite whenever possible to battle the Westminster parties’ obsession with austerity.

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11/12/2014  PLAID CONDEMNS LABOUR’S AUSTERITY-LITE PLAN TO CUT PUBLIC SERVICES
PLAID CONDEMNS LABOUR’S AUSTERITY-LITE PLAN TO CUT PUBLIC SERVICES

Responding to Ed Miliband’s speech on the deficit today, Jonathan Edwards MP said: “The Labour party leader today attacked the Tories for their plans to reduce spending on public services to levels not seen since the 1930s, at 35% as a share of GDP. What was revealed in questioning after his speech, is that Labour’s plans would see it at roughly the same, 37% of GDP – again a level not seen since the 1930s, before the creation of the NHS and when people left school at the age of 14.

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10/12/2014  Future Generations Bill is too weak and vague
Future Generations Bill is too weak and vague

According to Llŷr Gruffydd the bill is "vague and the duties placed on public bodies are disappointingly weak".

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08/12/2014  Plaid unveils business-boosting policies to support 'backbone of Welsh economy'
Plaid unveils business-boosting policies to support 'backbone of Welsh economy'

This afternoon, Plaid Cymru's Jonathan Edwards MP and Rhun ap Iorwerth AM will unveil two of the party's key Westminster election pledges putting Plaid Cymru firmly on the side of Welsh businesses.

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08/12/2014  Plaid challenges Labour and Tories on fracking powers for Wales
Plaid challenges Labour and Tories on fracking powers for Wales

In the Commons today, Plaid Cymru's Jonathan Edwards MP will challenge the Labour and the Conservative party to bring forward amendments to the Infrastructure Bill that would grant the Welsh Government power over fracking in Wales.

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05/12/2014  Help the high street on Small Business Saturday
Help the high street on Small Business Saturday

Plaid Cymru fights for the high street as footfall figures tumble

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04/12/2014  Plaid win appeal to force the Welsh Government to disclose jobs and investments in enterprise zones
Plaid win appeal to force the Welsh Government to disclose jobs and investments in enterprise zones

The Information Commissioner has given the Welsh Government a 35 day deadline to provide a breakdown of jobs created and retained in each of its enterprise zones. 

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04/12/2014  Fiscal outlook for Wales reflects Westminster incompetence
Fiscal outlook for Wales reflects Westminster incompetence

Austerity and de-industrialisation a dent in Welsh tax take

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03/12/2014  Rebalance powers and investment
Rebalance powers and investment

Leanne Wood calls for alternative to austerity

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03/12/2014  Plaid Cymru warns of TTIP threat
Plaid Cymru warns of TTIP threat

US-EU trade deal could threaten democratic decision-making

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03/12/2014  Failure of austerity shows Westminster isn't working for Wales
Failure of austerity shows Westminster isn't working for Wales

Responding to the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, Plaid Cymru Treasury spokesperson, Jonathan Edwards MP said: "While we welcome the devolution of business rates which the Labour Welsh Government must now use to secure a far more business-friendly environment in Wales, there is little here on offer to our nation.

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03/12/2014  Welsh Government must get off the fence over fracking
Welsh Government must get off the fence over fracking

It’s time for the Labour Welsh Government to get off the fence over fracking, according to Plaid Cymru.

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03/12/2014   Give Wales parity with Scotland to stop fracking
 Give Wales parity with Scotland to stop fracking

Wales must have the same powers to ban the controversial practice of fracking for onshore gas as is being proposed for Scotland.

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02/12/2014  Plaid peer makes case for Welsh control over fracking
Plaid peer makes case for Welsh control over fracking

Plaid peer Lord Dafydd Wigley will today (Tuesday) use a questions session in the House of Lords to make the case for Wales to have the same power as Scotland over fracking.

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02/12/2014  Autumn Statement must bring end to austerity experiment
Autumn Statement must bring end to austerity experiment

Ahead of tomorrow's Autumn Statement, Plaid Cymru's Treasury spokesperson Jonathan Edwards MP has claimed that the UK Government's austerity experiment has led to abject failure to balance the books and that the Chancellor must radically change course if the economy is to recover.

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02/12/2014  Spend consequential funding on supporting people
Spend consequential funding on supporting people

Plaid Cymru has urged the Welsh Government to spend consequential funding to reduce pressure on the NHS.

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