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Plaid Cymru put support for Newport businesses top of the agenda

Jonathan Clark visits Reseiclo Community Wood Recycling with Dafydd Wigley and Delyth Jewell

Plaid Cymru are putting Newport’s economy top of the agenda as they approach the April 4 by-election. That was Jonathan Clark’s message to voters as he visited Reseiclo Community Wood Recycling, a Newport based, not-for-profit social enterprise, with former Plaid Cymru leader, Lord Dafydd Wigley, and South Wales East Assembly Member Delyth Jewell today (Monday).

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Plaid Candidate eyes Green Jobs Revolution for Newport

Tories and Labour dragging their feet over renewable developments

Plaid Cymru’s Newport West by-election candidate, Jonathan Clark has said Newport must make use of its natural advantages if it is to compete with neighbouring cities.

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Some Power from the People

Back in the 1960's people were bring told that by the year 2000 energy would be so cheap that it would be impossible to bill people for it. That never happened - partially as a result of an ideologically driven privatisation of the energy boards created a privatised (effective) monopoly - market forces set to work and pretty soon we were left with the big six energy suppliers (a cartel by any other name). With weak regulation - despite some periodic and actually very effective work by Westminster parliamentary select committees - the cartel members have been able to get away with much - mostly at our expense (literally).
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Pride in Newport

I’m Jonathan Clark and I am standing for Plaid Cymru in the forthcoming by-election. I am from Newport, my family is from Newport and I have had enough of seeing our city declining every year.
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Jonathan Clark Chosen as Candidate

Plaid Cymru have chosen local activist Jonathan Clark to contest the Newport West constituency in the event of a Westminster election being called.

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