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"Cardiff centric" 5 mile rule impractical and unfair on rural communities

In a letter to the First Minister, Rhun ap Iorwerth MS, says 5 mile rule serves to further isolate those in more rural locations, and calls the guidelines “impractical”

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“Distressing” that 1,700 patients discharged whilst still in need of help

Rhun ap Iorwerth calls for immediate "rebuild" of mental health services in Betsi Cadwaladr

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Why a new deal could lead to a greener future

Every cloud has a silver lining and, despite the dark shadow that Covid-19 casts over us all at the moment, there is one positive that we should all welcome.

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Plaid calls for urgent update on guidance for those in shielding category

People expected to shield until end of June – but there’s been no update in the guidance

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Local food businesses innovate to pull through Covid-19 crisis

Welsh food producers are innovating to pull through the Covid-19 crisis and local initiatives such as Cadwyn Ogwen in the shadow of Snowdon have been welcomed by Plaid Cymru.

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Health Minister should apologise for care homes scandal

Health Minister Vaughan Gething must apologise for testing failures in care homes that have led to a huge number of deaths, according to Delyth Jewell MS.

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Universities – A pillar of our economic structure “in danger of crumbling”

Helen Mary Jones MS, calls for University crisis to be taken seriously by Welsh Government

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Lack of live streaming lessons could mean children in Wales are being left behind

Plaid Cymru Shadow Education Minister Sian Gwenllian MS has written to Wales’ Education Minister, Kirsty Williams, to express concern that some children were being left behind due to schools not offering live-stream lessons.

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Vulnerable mental health patients sent to “back of the queue”

Rhun ap Iorwerth MS, says it's "unacceptable" to discharge patients who still need help.

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Those who missed out on Job Retention Scheme having to “live off credit cards”

Plaid Cymru Shadow Economy Minister Helen Mary Jones MS has called on the Welsh Government to step in to help those who are ineligible for the Westminster Government’s job retention scheme.

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