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Sticking up for the valleys when government won’t

Leanne Wood MS puts forward the case for extra support for communities with the highest coronavirus rates

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Create "Covid Special Support Areas"

Plaid Cymru calls for additional support measures for former industrial areas of the south with high infection rates

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Plaid Leader Adam Price calls on Welsh Government to return ownership of Welsh steel industry to Welsh public hands

The Welsh Government should ensure that the ownership of the Welsh steel industry is returned to Welsh public hands, Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price MS has said.

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Plaid Cymru unveils plan for youth mental health 'one stop shops'

Rhun ap Iorwerth announces new plan to support young people’s mental wellbeing

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Urgent need to make up for lost time

Plaid Cymru calls for clarity and brevity on exams decision to avoid “double disadvantage” that exams could bring some learners

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Fire break must be “last national lockdown” says Plaid

Plaid Leader Adam Price unveils party’s post fire break plan

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Don't underestimate the toll on our young people

Plaid calls for summer 2021 exams to be replaced with teacher assessments

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Plaid's 14 ideas for 'fire-breaker fortnight'

A failure of policy has led to an urgent need for a ‘fire break’, a limited period of buying time to address the weaknesses of the test, trace and isolate system, according to Plaid Cymru.

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Only a circuit-breaker can provide a "reset moment" says Plaid Leader Adam Price

Only a circuit breaker can provide a “reset” moment to the rise in Coronavirus cases, Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price has said as he called on the Welsh Government to urgently introduce a “circuit-breaker” to provide time to get the test and trace system “in order.”  

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Sport governing bodies need financial support to save our community clubs warns Plaid Cymru

Football fears - “Knock-on effects will make Wales less active, less healthy and with fewer opportunities for future generations”

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