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Charlotte Church and Catrin Finch amongst dozens of Wales’ leading arts figures backing Plaid Cymru call for “solid leadership” on leading arts in Wales out of crisis

Open letter to First Minister Mark Drakeford from Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price MS and Shadow Culture Minister Sian Gwenllian MS warns sector could collapse within a “month” without urgent action

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Making Welsh history and BAME history mandatory part of new curriculum would be “historic move”

Making Welsh history and the history of black people and people of colour a statutory part of the new curriculum would be a “historic move” Plaid Cymru Shadow Education Minister Siân Gwenllian MS has said. 

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100 Days of Lockdown in Wales – so what's next?

A hundred days ago, life changed forever. But what's next?

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United approach will keep us ahead of a second wave

Adam Price MS confirms his support of a non-partisan, four-nation approach to second wave coronavirus preparations, in a piece written for the Sunday Times

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Plaid calls on Education Minister to publish Covid mitigation action plan

Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Minister for Education, Siân Gwenllian MS, has called on the Education Minister to publish her Covid mitigation action plan.

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Calls for hospitality re-opening timeline "before it's too late"

Plaid Cymru Shadow Economy Minister, Helen Mary Jones, has called on Welsh Government to announce their intentions this Friday on timescales for the reopening of pubs and restaurants. The call comes after the Scottish First Minister today announced timescales for the reopening of pubs and restaurants in Scotland, leaving Wales as the only one of the 4 nations yet to do so.

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Mark Drakeford rejects Plaid Rhondda flooding inquiry call - but admits climate change measures “not good enough”.

First Minister Mark Drakeford has rejected calls from Plaid Cymru to establish an inquiry into the flooding in the Rhondda.

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Health Minister’s Claims on Care Home Testing ‘Defy Logic’

Plaid Cymru demand an explanation over claims no deaths resulted from Welsh Government’s unexplained policy of sending untested residents to care homes from hospital

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Natural Resources Wales’ £7.5m funding cut should be reconsidered in light of multi-million pound timber losses

Plaid Cymru MS concerned at NRW’s capacity to deliver

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Future of Welsh theatre “very bleak” without Government action says prominent theatre director

Swift action needed from Welsh Government to save Welsh Arts Sector

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