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Plaid Cymru will give Welsh Farmers a voice in Westminster and power to ‘veto’ future trade deals

Ann Davies says only Plaid Cymru will make the voice of rural Wales heard

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Plaid Cymru pledge to fight for “economic fairness for Wales” ahead of general election manifesto launch

Securing fair funding for Wales, the billions owed to Wales in rail cash, and powers over natural resources are all key pledges in Plaid Cymru’s general election manifesto unveiled later today.

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Labour reaffirms its lack of commitment to Wales

Plaid Cymru Westminster Leader Liz Saville Roberts MP has today hit out at Labour for “reaffirming their lack of commitment to Wales” by suggesting that the devolution of policing and justice, and giving Wales the HS2 consequentials it is owed will not be in the Labour manifesto.

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TV debates: Plaid Cymru tell Starmer and Sunak - ‘Come to Wales to debate Rhun ap Iorwerth’

'This election is not a two-horse race', says Liz Saville Roberts

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Plaid Cymru “ready to take the fight to the London parties to demand the fairness Wales needs and deserves”

A general election will be held on 4 July, 2024.

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Infected blood scandal: Plaid Cymru reiterate call for lying in politics law

Lying in politics law and statutory duty of accountability for public bodies needed, says Liz Saville Roberts MP

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Release of Infected Blood Inquiry’s final report ‘an important step forward’ - Rhun ap Iorwerth

Final report will finally give a voice to victims, says Plaid Cymru leader

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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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Serious questions about Labour and Vaughan Gething unless dodgy donation returned

Plaid Cymru has responded to the news that £31,000 left over from Vaughan Gething’s campaign to be First Minister will be given to the Labour Party. The donations that the received as part of his campaign included £200,000 from a firm owned by a man previously convicted of environmental offences.

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Ceredigion MP urges UK Government to confirm graduate visa will stay following report

Report says scrapping graduate-route visa could ‘disproportionately impact local and regional economies outside London and South East’

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