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Acting Leader calls for 'Future Wales Charter' to place young people at heart of policymaking

“Children and young people will live longest with the actions we take today” and they must be “at the core” of decisions – Llyr Gruffydd MS

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Plaid Cymru reveals Labour Government requested delay of Welsh powers transfer over water

FOI request shows that Labour Government asked Westminster to delay devolution process

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Plaid Cymru renews calls for Betsi inquiry

“Inexplicable” that Health Minister refers to scrutiny on Welsh Government poor performance on health as “harping on”

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Plaid Cymru promotes ‘Four Wales Plan’ to reduce unemployment and kickstart economic growth

Llyr Gruffydd MS calls for urgent action to address “startling statistics”

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Betsi Cadwaladr financial discrepancies “gravely serious” matter

“Full accountability and transparency” needed in answering “very, very serious questions” about the handling of struggling health board’s financial irregularities

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Plaid Cymru Leader calls on Starmer to ‘pledge greater powers to Wales’

Plaid Cymru Acting Leader Llyr Gruffydd writes to UK Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer on eve of indy Wales march

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Statement on Plaid Cymru leadership

At a meeting of Plaid Cymru’s National Executive Committee (NEC) tonight (Wednesday May 10th) Adam Price MS informed members that he will be stepping down as Leader of the party once interim arrangements are in place.

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Senedd consensus reached on Plaid call for fair share of HS2 funding to Wales – now Sunak and Starmer must act

Plaid Cymru say that Westminster based parties must now seek the funding that is due to Wales

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“Point proven” in “sorry saga” of Betsi special measures “fiasco”

“You couldn’t make it up” – Rhun ap Iorwerth MS responds to Labour “humiliation” over Betsi climb down

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New letters reinforce Plaid Cymru’s calls for the record to be corrected over Betsi Cadwaladr

“The people of the north of Wales deserve better from their government” – Rhun ap Iorwerth MS

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