The Party of Wales completes the switchover to the new .cymru / .wales domains
Professional body also calls for some of Plaid Cymru’s key pledges
Plaid Cymru has responded to reports that the Ministry of Defence is exploring options for relocating Trident to Wales. A Plaid Cymru spokesperson said: "Plaid Cymru's opposition to Trident is longstanding and unconditional.
Plaid Cymru peer Lord Dafydd Wigley has today called upon all Welsh people living and voting in England to embrace the new politics of the UK and to seriously consider voting for the Green Party on May 7th.
Lack of community services putting unbearable pressures on A&E and paramedic staff
Austerity has failed by its own measures, and should be replaced by an economic fairness agenda. That was Leanne Wood’s message today as she outlined why austerity isn’t inevitable for Wales.
With a hundred days to go until the Westminster Election, Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood AM has urged the people of Wales to join her party's campaign to make Wales matter in May and return the strongest ever group of Plaid Cymru MPs to Westminster.
“Children in Wales are no better off because of a Labour Government”: Plaid Cymru
Welsh patients deserve a health service which can respond when they need it. Welsh doctors and nurses deserve to work in a world-class service that values and reflects their skills. That is the message of Plaid Cymru today (Monday) as it launches its plans to save and strengthen the NHS.
Plaid Cymru's Hywel Williams MP has outlined how Wales can learn from Scottish success stories when it comes to improving the Welsh Health Service currently being 'grossly mismanaged' by the Labour Welsh Government.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood AM has today (Friday) welcomed confirmation from broadcasters of new proposals for two television election debates that will feature seven political parties, including Plaid Cymru.
Plaid Cymru peer Lord Dafydd Wigley has today (Thursday) used the questions session in the House of Lords to urge the UK government to press ahead with clarifying its position on devolving control over fracking from Westminster to Wales.
Responding to the publication of the UK Government's Command Paper setting out further powers for the Scottish Parliament - which is supported by all Westminster parties - Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has said Wales must seize the chance to secure for Wales the new 'going rate' for devolution.
Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has today written to the major broadcasters to ask they include a Welsh debate in their schedule to prevent a “democratic deficit” developing.
Responding to the news that ITV and the BBC are to include Plaid Cymru in their new proposals for the TV election debates, party leader Leanne Wood said:
Chain of events has left dairy farmers facing “perfect storm”
Llyr Gruffydd questions Welsh Government on lack of action
Plaid Cymru pledges fair, proportional local authority pay
Leanne Wood calls for an end to ‘war against working people’
Plaid Cymru has criticised the First Minister of Wales for refusing to write to the Westminster Government urging it to act on the recommendations of the EFRA Committee Report on Dairy Prices published today.