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Plaid call on Welsh Government to limit non-essential travel to English Covid-hotspots

As the lifting of lockdown restrictions are paused across England, and further restrictions have been imposed on a large area of northwest England, Leader of Plaid Cymru Adam Price MS has called on the First Minister of Wales to follow Scotland’s lead and limit non-essential travel between English Covid hotspots and Wales.

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“Labour must go further and ban no-fault evictions”– Plaid Cymru’s Delyth Jewell

Following the Welsh Government’s announcement that tenants will have longer notice periods before facing eviction, Plaid Cymru Shadow Minister for Housing Delyth Jewell MS calls for a full ban on ‘no-fault’ evictions

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Plaid call for action over rise of Covid-19 cases in North Wales

Plaid Cymru North Wales MS Llyr Gruffydd says figures from Health Board demonstrating rise of Covid-19 cases in Wrexham and within the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board “paints a worrying picture of an infection that isn't under control”

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Welsh Arts scene will “simply disappear overnight” if Welsh Government doesn’t provide financial support imminently warns Plaid Cymru

Plaid Cymru Shadow Minister for Culture, Sian Gwenllian MS has called for clarity over financial support Arts Industry should expect from Welsh Government - almost TWO weeks after First Minister says an announcement is ‘very close’

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Plaid Cymru 2020 Annual Conference will be going digital

Despite the restrictions in place, Plaid Cymru says it is "innovating" to welcome members and supporters online for a full conference programme ahead of 2021 Senedd Elections.

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Trade Bill: Give every UK parliament the chance to endorse trade deals

Plaid Cymru has tabled an amendment to the Trade Bill which would ensure the devolved parliament, as well as the UK Parliament, had the opportunity to vote on and endorse any international trade deals.

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Not supporting Urdd "undermines target of one million speakers"

Not giving financial support to the Urdd movement is not consistent with the Welsh Government's target of reaching one million Welsh speakers - that's the view of Plaid Cymru's Culture Spokesperson, Sian Gwenllian MS.  

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Urgent explanation needed about funding for The Arts say Plaid Cymru

Following concerns around the amount of funding available to the arts industry following the £59 million announced by the UK Government, Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Culture Minister says Welsh Government must give clarification

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A letter to the people of Wales

To the people of Wales, You and I are privileged to live in one of the most beautiful nations on earth. From the summits of Snowdonia to the kaleidoscope terraces of Tenby, from the beautiful bays of the Gower to the breath-taking Brecon Beacons.

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Internal Market Bill is a clear power grab

Plaid Cymru has described the Westminster Government’s Internal Market Bill a “power grab” following the publication of a whitepaper on the legislation.

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