Campaigns

Housing Supply for the Future

We often hear about the ‘housing crisis’ and it has become commonplace to summarise the wide and complex range of issues as ‘we need to build more houses’. This has been used by developers to weaken planning restrictions and building regulations. In addition, developments have been pushed through without adequate investment in infrastructure, causing strain on the resources and services of local communities.

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Care Comission

We're transforming Care in Wales - Here's how you can help

 

I was pleased that Plaid Cymru’s National Council earlier this year agreed to establish a Care Commission to look into the future of social care in Wales.

The Commission has 8 members, is chaired by myself as Plaid’s spokesperson on Social Care, and has representatives with experience of local government, social care, health, the voluntary sector and academia. Plaid’s spokesperson on Health, Helen Mary Jones AM is also a member.

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Adam Price - The Leader's Tour

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Adam Price – The Leader’s Tour

PLEASE NOTE THAT TOUR EVENTS ARE CURRENTLY POSTPONED. NEW DATES WILL BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY.

Join us for the tour of Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price.

Adam will have one simple message: Yes, Wales Can. Come hear Adam’s bright vision for a prosperous new Wales with a warm welcome to new and familiar faces.

Adam Price will also be signing copies of his new book, Wales – The First and Final Colony (Y Lolfa, £9.99)

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Decisions Affecting Wales Should Be Made in Wales

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Devolve Broadcasting Petition

Plaid Cymru believes that broadcasting needs to be devolved so that Welsh issues are given appropriate coverage. Click here to sign the petition. 

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Lift the Pay Cap

Plaid Cymru is campaigning to lift the pay cap for public sector workers in Wales. Click here to learn more and to sign the petition. 

 

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Single Market Petition

Plaid Cymru has launched a petition to keep Wales in the European single market. You can read about the thinking behind the petition and sign it here: http://www2.partyof.wales/smpetition

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