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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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Plaid Leader Adam Price MS calls on process to set up public inquiry to begin now

Welsh Government have agreed in principle to a future public inquiry into government handling of the Coronavirus crisis.

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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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'I'm buying local' campaign to boost Welsh food and drink industry - Plaid campaign launched to back economy

Plaid Cymru has launched a major new campaign to help boost the Welsh food and drink industry.

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Plaid Cymru to table amendment to Immigration Bill forcing review of British Citizenship for non-UK Covid health & social care workers

Plaid Cymru will table an amendment to the Immigration Bill that will force the British Government to consider giving non-UK health and social care staff the option of UK citizenship.

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Welsh Government urged to adopt “early treatment” strategy of Covid-19 patients

Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price has today urged the Labour Welsh Government to ‘move quickly, and independently if needs be’ in adopting an early intervention approach in response to growing evidence it could improve outcomes for COVID-19 patients.

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Ben Lake MP “disappointed” after Agriculture Bill amendment on the standard of food and agricultural imports is rejected by the House of Commons

The UK’s new Agriculture Bill was put before MPs on Wednesday (13 May) for the final time as it reached the Report Stage and Third Reading.

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Welsh Government must show leadership for Welsh Universities

Plaid Cymru have called on the Welsh Government to show leadership and commit to a financial contingency fund for Welsh universities, after a report on the state of Welsh higher education showed that the sector is facing major challenges

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Welsh Government exit strategy “thin on detail” on ending community transmission says Plaid Leader Adam Price

Focus should be on “eradicating” new cases – not “managing them”

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