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A new path for a new Wales

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Adam Price, Leader of Plaid Cymru outlines the need for a Welsh National Constitutional Convention to look at the future of Wales - including independence. 

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Pro Remain parties should stand on a revoke platform if there's a General Election

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If there is a General Election instead of a referendum then pro-Remain parties should “campaign on a policy of revoking Article 50 and remaining in the EU” Plaid Cymru have said.

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Response to Orb plant closure

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Responding to the news of the closure of the Orb Electrical Steels base in Newport, Plaid Cymru shadow minister for the economy Rhun ap Iorwerth AM said,

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We should prepare to revoke Article 50 if there's no final say referendum

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“Nuclear option” needed if referendum is denied

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We must be prepared to revoke Article 50 to stop a scorched-earth Brexit

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It could be the heady London temperatures or the invasion of Number 10 by feverish advisers, but Westminster is dangerously close to reaching boiling point.

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Call for Welsh constitutional convention

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Call for Welsh independence referendum prep if no deal, Scottish referendum and Ireland border poll

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Johnson’s ‘deeply and fundamentally anti-democratic move’ to shut down Parliament

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Plaid Cymru’s Westminster leader, Liz Saville Roberts MP, responds to the Prime Minister’s plans to suspend Parliament to force through a crash out Brexit.

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“We will not lose sight of our ambition to beat Brexit”

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Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price responds to cross-party meeting

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Corbyn must commit to Remain for Plaid Cymru support

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Plaid Cymru sets out position ahead of cross-party meeting

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Plaid Cymru’s three-point-plan will eradicate broadband ‘not-spots’ by 2025

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Plaid Cymru has today unveiled a three-point-plan to eradicate Wales of broadband not-spots by 2025. The party will do so by listening to industry concerns and getting to the root of the problems telecoms providers face when attempting to install full fibre broadband in hard-to-reach areas.

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