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Up to £400 savings under Plaid Cymru council tax reforms

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Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Finance and Treasury Minister Adam Price has set out today his party’s plans to reform council tax.

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Plaid Cymru promises a new dynamic for government

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The Welsh Government needs a new dynamic – a culture and a structure more fitted to delivering change, Plaid Cymru’s Adam Price will today say. In a keynote address at Cardiff School of Management, Plaid Cymru Shadow Minister for Treasury and Finance will also set out his party’s plans to introduce a new culture of government characterised by a streamlined civil service primed for change.

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Patients won’t have to cross the border for specialist treatment under Plaid proposals

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Ambitious plans to bring back key specialist NHS services from England have been unveiled by Plaid Cymru.

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Plaid Cymru government will shine light on the state of the Welsh economy

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Plaid Cymru's Shadow Minister for the Economy, Rhun ap Iorwerth, has today outlined how a Plaid Cymru government would shine light on the state of the Welsh economy by improving the quality and quantity of information available.

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Plummeting Welsh exports “a real cause for concern”

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Plaid Cymru Shadow Economy Minister Rhun ap Iorwerth said that recent figures which show that the value of Welsh exports has plummeted by more than a billion pounds over a year should be a huge cause for concern.

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Tories demote Wales to sub-city status with justice powers for Manchester

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Plaid Cymru's Justice and Home Affairs spokesperson, Liz Saville Roberts MP has today accused the Tories in Westminster of demoting Wales to 'sub-city status' by giving criminal justice powers to Manchester while refusing to transfer them to the National Assembly.

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Budget shows need for National Infrastructure Commission for Wales

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has responded to the Chancellor's Budget by saying that Wales needs its own National Infrastructure Commission in order to boost the Welsh economy.

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Plaid Cymru government will build the Welsh economic engine

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood will be in London today to make the case for a new government for Wales and a package of proposals that would "build the Welsh economic engine" by creating jobs and boosting growth.

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'Vote Wales in May, vote Europe in June' - Leanne Wood

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Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has called on people in Wales to vote for Wales in May’s Welsh Assembly elections and on Europe in the EU referendum in June.

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Plaid Cymru announces it will create a ‘National Innovation Body’ to double Research & Development in Wales

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has today said that a Welsh Government under her leadership would establish a National Innovation Body in order to achieve the party's target of doubling Welsh R&D (Research & Development) spending, and building a global reputation for Wales as a centre of excellence for research and innovation.

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