Plaid Cymru calls to introduce Fit and Proper Person Test
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has called on the Welsh First Minister to support a “double majority” rule for the EU referendum, whereby a majority of votes is needed in each nation as well as the UK as a whole, before withdrawal from the EU can take place.
An open invitation to meet and question the Plaid Cymru leader
Homelessness test scrapped in England following Supreme Court judgement but remains in Wales
Plaid Cymru Parliamentary Leader Jonathan Edwards MP has responded to today's Queen's Speech by warning that the Westminster government's legislative programme poses "real threats" to Welsh interests.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood and Green Party MP Caroline Lucas have today confirmed that the three parties will work together as a progressive alliance in Westminster.
Plaid Cymru Parliamentary Leader, Jonathan Edwards MP, has pointed to newly released figures by Eurostat showing that GDP per head in Wales remains lower than every other UK nation, with figures for West Wales & the Valleys lower than some former Soviet countries.
Plaid Cymru parliamentary leader, Jonathan Edwards MP, has pointed to remarks issued by HS2 Ltd that there is "no business case" for the high-speed rail link to Scotland as further proof that it is an England-only project.
In the European Parliament Jill Evans MEP today voted for stronger regulations to control conflict minerals.
Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has called for next year’s Assembly elections to be a “competition of ideas”
Plaid Cymru has today announced that Carmarthen East and Dinefwr MP Jonathan Edwards will lead the party's Parliamentary group.
Plaid Cymru plans for urgently-needed high street support
Uncertainty surrounds the future of HMRC offices in Wales – less than a year before a major shake-up is due, Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has learnt.
Labour in Wales must present national vision
Plaid Cymru welcomes three ex Llais Gwynedd councillors to its group on Cyngor Gwynedd.
The current funding settlement for Wales is broken and needs to be fixed, Plaid Cymru has today warned.
Concerns raised about Welsh care and nursing homes have jumped 22% over the past 12 months, according to new figures obtained by Plaid Cymru under the Freedom of Information Act.
The latest unemployment figures show that Wales has the highest rate of unemployment of any of countries of the UK.