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Plaid Pledges Tax Credit For Renters

Tax credit for those who pay more than 30% of income on housing

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Plaid Pledge a £50M Crime Prevention Fund and 1,600 Extra Police Officers

Plaid Cymru have announced that they will create a new £50m crime prevention fund to recruit 1,600 extra police officers through the creation of a Welsh justice system and the devolution of policing.

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Look to Wales for Labour’s record of failure in government, Liz Saville Roberts

A&E waiting times, homelessness and child poverty increasing under Labour

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Labour’s Fibre Failure in Wales shows you can’t trust them on Broadband

Plaid Cymru responds to Labour election stunt

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Plaid Cymru: “We will lift 50,000 children out of poverty”

Plaid Cymru would introduce a new Welsh Child Payment for low income families and free universal childcare for all 1-3 year olds in Wales.

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Poll: No party trusted more than Plaid Cymru to represent Welsh interests in Westminster

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As nominations for candidates standing in the general election close, new figures show that almost 1 in 3 voters (32%) trust Plaid Cymru more than any other party to represent Wales.

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No one in Wales should have to sell their home to pay for care

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At one point or another, every one of us will have to consider the possibility that we might need care as we get older.

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Plurality in Wales support Senedd name, poll finds

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A plurality of people in Wales support re-naming the Assembly the ‘Senedd’ as the official name in both Welsh and English a poll has found.

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Plaid Cymru establish independence commission

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Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price will announce at an event in Caernarfon this evening that his party will establish a landmark commission which will look at the detail of how an independent Wales could work.

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“Government has failed ex-military personnel” – Plaid Cymru candidate, veteran

Veterans’ welfare isn’t being “accounted for” according to Plaid Cymru’s Dr Rhys Thomas.

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