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Wales Budget: Labour urged to back Plaid plans to give NHS and care workers a “real” pay rise

1.5% offer is “sticking plaster for gaping wound” – Plaid Leader Adam Price

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“We must write our own stories and be our own agents of news”

Adam Price MS writes for Wales Online on independence and the power of conversation

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Plaid Cymru pays tribute to “brave workers” still facing “real terms pay cut”

Three months strike action could have been avoided “if only Welsh Government listened to Plaid Cymru”

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Plaid plans would give NHS staff ‘first real terms pay increase in over decade’ – Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price

NHS staff would be given the first real terms pay increase in over decade under new plans published by Plaid Cymru today.

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Starting pistol fired on next year’s pay dispute, before this year’s is concluded

“Incomplete picture” given to Pay Review Body over funding options available to Welsh Government, says Adam Price MS

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Crisis? What crisis! Tackling the health emergency in the face of government denial

Rhun ap Iorwerth MS writes about the current crisis in our health service and offers five practical steps to put our NHS on the road to recovery

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Plaid Cymru launches 5-Point Plan to tackle Health Crisis in Wales

“New thinking” to address health crisis – Plaid Cymru offers “practical plan” to make “tangible difference” for staff and patients

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No matter what Keir Starmer says, Labour must take responsibility for the NHS crisis in Wales too – Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price

Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price writes for The Sunday Times on Labour's inability to take responsibility for the NHS in Wales. 

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Plaid Cymru calls for Health Crisis to be declared in Wales

“Don’t ignore the health crisis any longer” – Rhun ap Iorwerth MS

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"Phase out private agency staff" - Plaid Cymru calls for four year NHS workforce plan

Welsh Government “paying over the odds to mask lack of management” says Rhun ap Iorwerth MS

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