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Tory Westminster Government ‘living proof’ how damaging a Tory Welsh Government would be – Plaid Cymru

Aberconwy candidate hits out at 'shameful' record of cronyism, austerity and attacks on devolution

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Plaid Cymru government to recruit 4,500 teachers and raise starting salary

Plaid Cymru Education Spokesperson Siân Gwenllian MS has today set out her party’s pledge to recruit 4,500 extra teachers and specialist support staff in Welsh schools, should it form the next government after May’s election.

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“£25million a year extra and 6 Pledges for Policing – Plaid Cymru sets out its vision for Policing and Justice at PCC manifesto launch

Plaid Cymru will today unveil its manifesto for the Police and Crime Commissioner election on May 6th with its Six Pledges for Policing – commitments party Leader, Adam Price says can create a fairer, safer Wales.

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7 things we learned from the Plaid Cymru manifesto launch

Plaid Cymru launched their radical, ambitious (and entirely deliverable) manifesto was launched yesterday. Here's some highlights.

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Why Wales needs a new team at the helm

Eurfyl ap Gwilym outlines Plaid Cymru’s green investment alternative to Labour’s fiscal failure

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Plaid pledges independence referendum and the “most radical programme since 1945”

Plaid pledges independence referendum and the “most radical programme since 1945”

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Plaid pledges Ynni Cymru – a national energy company for Wales

Plaid Cymru Senedd Member for Ynys Môn, Rhun ap Iorwerth, has today set out how his party’s plans to create a national energy company - Ynni Cymru - located on Anglesey would boost the local economy and help Wales reach its climate change targets.

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Plaid’s ‘Freelancers Fund’ to help secure post-Covid cultural recovery

Plaid Cymru Senedd Election candidate for Arfon, Sian Gwenllian has set out plans for how a Plaid government would assist the arts sector to emerge from the pandemic with a Welsh Freelancers Fund.

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“Our culture is rich, diverse and evolving, and our tourism industry should reflect that” – Adam Price

Adam Price, Leader of Plaid Cymru says his party would create a National Academy for the Welsh tourism sector in its newly created ‘Arfor’ western coastal region, should it be elected to form the next government in May.

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On World Autism Awareness Day Plaid pledges to bring in Autism Act in government

Plaid Cymru pledges to bring in Autism Act in government

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