Tax credit for those who pay more than 30% of income on housing
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.
A&E waiting times, homelessness and child poverty increasing under Labour
Plaid Cymru responds to Labour election stunt
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.
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.
At one point or another, every one of us will have to consider the possibility that we might need care as we get older.
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.
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.
Veterans’ welfare isn’t being “accounted for” according to Plaid Cymru’s Dr Rhys Thomas.
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