Plaid Cymru has warned that some farmers could see their basic farm payments cut after 2019.
First Minister fails to answer legal criticism of the Labour-Tory Withdrawal Bill deal.
Plaid Cymru AM Llyr Gruffydd says staff concerns are being ignored
Plaid Cymru's Senior Economic Advisor, Eurfyl ap Gwilym, responds to the CBI Wales's claim that Labour's deal with the Tories on the Withdrawal Bill is good for Wales.
Plaid Cymru welcomed the very first debate on periods and ‘period poverty’ in the Senedd yesterday.
Plaid Cymru's official response to the report published on Tawel Fan today.
Wales will have no say on the level of funding for the UK’s replacement of EU farm payments, a UK Government Minister has confirmed.
A vote against the final terms of the UK’s exit from the EU in the House of Commons should mean the UK remains in the EU, Plaid Cymru peer, Dafydd Wigley has said.
Plaid Cymru Assembly Members will be in London on Wednesday to discuss environmental issues with the Westminister Government and Parliamentary Committees.
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