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Welsh Government “failing to protect” people in the Rhondda by refusing to establish independent flood inquiry says Plaid Cymru

Plaid Cymru puts forward motion in Senedd urging the Welsh Government to establish an inquiry into the floods

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Extend free school meals eligibility, Welsh Government Review agrees with Plaid Cymru

Free schools meals are failing to reach those who need them most – this is according to findings from Welsh Government’s Child Poverty Review, seen by Plaid Cymru

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"Deep disappointment" that decision wasn't taken sooner

Plaid Cymru asks Education Minister to “think again” on introducing “undue stress” with mock exams

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“The sooner this debilitating disorder can be properly defined, the sooner it can be recognised and diagnosed”

Plaid Cymru calls for guidance to help navigate benefits, insurance and early retirement options for those with long COVID

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A thank you to our health and care workers

Words seem inadequate to express my overwhelming gratitude to health and care staff for the work they have done to keep us all safe during such an overwhelmingly difficult year.

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Stop "insurmountable" paywall

Plaid Cymru renews calls to stop Welsh rugby fans being priced out of watching the game

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We need a step-up in pace if we're to win the vaccine race says Plaid Leader Adam Price

Adam Price MS, Leader of Plaid Cymru, has today called for a “real step up” in order to outpace the virus.

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"People simply want to know when they might receive the vaccine"

Plaid Cymru calls for maximum transparency to build trust, and queries appointment system in open letter to Health Minister

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“Vote for Wales” – A new ambitious Government for changing times

Plaid Cymru unveils election slogan and vows to harness “spirit of ‘99”

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Plaid Leader Adam Price pays tribute to retiring North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones

Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price has paid tribute to North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones who has announced he is standing down at the next election.

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