Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood says her party will unleash Wales’ economic potential in the event of a hung Parliament after May’s election.
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Jill Evans press release regarding Earth Hour, Saturday 28th March 2015
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood AM will today (Friday) tell party members and activists that the largest ever group of Plaid Cymru MPs must be returned to Westminster in order to put Wales in the strongest position possible.
Rhodri Glyn Thomas speaks against Trident renewal
Plaid Cymru reiterates need to train and recruit a thousand extra doctors in Wales
Minister must provide strong and ambitious leadership
Consultants should have been fully involved from the start
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood AM has rounded on the Labour First Minister of Wales who today confirmed that his party would cut 2% of public spending in Wales - equivalent to £1 billion.
“Publishing accounts is first step towards mature government”: Plaid Cymru
Westminster parties overlook Wales’ rural needs
The Party of Wales outlines plans to raise £100bn for the public purse over the next five years.
Health chiefs across Wales have been urged to learn lessons to help cut the age of patients admitted to hospital through A&E units.
Plaid Cymru's Treasury spokesperson, Jonathan Edwards MP, has criticised Labour's Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls for saying there is nothing in yesterday's Tory Budget that he would reverse.
Plaid Cymru's Treasury spokesperson, Jonathan Edwards MP, has responded to today's Budget by accusing the Chancellor of hiding behind headlines while sharpening the axe for billions more cuts to public services.
Alun Ffred Jones pays tribute to Harry Pritchard Jones.
Ahead of Wednesday's Budget, Plaid Cymru’s social protection spokesperson, Hywel Williams MP, has today put forward radical proposals to reduce spending on welfare without punishing society's most vulnerable.
Ahead of the Budget announcement, Plaid Cymru sets out its spending plans which would see investment in jobs and growth.
Over two thirds of people in Wales dissatisfied with spending levels
Plaid Cymru has warned that a new direction is needed on economic policy after reports of further cuts to the Department of Work and Pensions staff numbers.