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Statement by Plaid Cymru Leader Rhun ap Iorwerth on the Co-operation Agreement

Plaid Cymru has ended its Co-Operation agreement with the Welsh Government with immediate effect.

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Labour ‘quiet’ on key Welsh election issues – Plaid Cymru leader tells Starmer

Rhun ap Iorwerth requests meeting with Keir Starmer to discuss fair funding, Crown Estate and HS2  

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Plaid Cymru hits out at Labour Cardiff Council Leader who blames staff and St Fagans for museum woes

Plaid Cymru spokesperson for Culture, Heledd Fychan MS, has hit out at the Labour Leader of Cardiff Council, Huw Thomas, who last night made “insulting and unfounded” remarks blaming staff and St. Fagans for the National Museum’s woes.

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Labour inaction over HS2 money "a worrying signal of things to come under Starmer"

Plaid Cymru calls again on Labour Welsh Government to recogniser its decision not to pursue HS2 legal challenge

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Starmer's hypocrisy exposed as Labour 'don't get culture' in Wales

25 years of Labour rule in Wales has resulted in the culture sector being cut to the bone, says Plaid Cymru

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A vote for Plaid Cymru on May 2nd “will build a policing system that serves the people of Wales”

Plaid Cymru pledge to fight for fair funding, safer streets, and powers over justice at launch Police and Crime Commissioner election manifesto

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Arms exports to Israel: UK Government accused of ‘hiding behind technicalities’

Plaid Cymru says UK has a ‘humanitarian duty’ to halt arms sales

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5 reasons to vote Plaid Cymru in the next general election

The next general election will be an important one. So why vote Plaid Cymru in the next general election?

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A strong voice for victims of crime

Plaid Cymru candidate aims to be first female PCC in Wales  

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Plaid Cymru calls for recall of UK Parliament to stop the sale of weapons to Israel

Plaid Cymru has called for an immediate recall of the UK parliament following Israeli air strikes on Gaza aid workers which killed seven people, including three UK citizens. They have also called on the UK Government to stop selling arms to Israel, saying that by continuing to do so, the UK Government are ‘aiding in the killing of civilians.’  

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