Fine people for £1,000 for non-essential travel says Plaid Leader, Adam Price
Fines should be a “real-deterrent” to people not respecting non-essential travel ban says Plaid Leader Adam Price
Airbnb decision welcome, but all bookings must now be cancelled – Hywel Williams MP
Plaid Cymru has today welcomed Airbnb’s decision to stop taking bookings that start on or before April 18, in response to pressure by Plaid Cymru and others.
‘Irresponsible and wrong to be discussing legislation at this time’ - Delyth Jewell AM
The Welsh Government should not be bringing forward non-critical legislation during this time of unprecedented emergency, according to Plaid Cymru.
Prioritise the removal of perpetrators to relieve pressure on domestic abuse refuges
When police are called to a domestic abuse incident, the alleged perpetrator should be removed rather than the victim and their children, Plaid Cymru Assembly Member Leanne Wood has said.
Airbnb must stop holiday lets in Coronavirus lockdown, Liz Saville Roberts MP
Airbnb should not take any holiday let bookings during the ongoing Coronavirus lockdown, Plaid’s Westminster Leader Liz Saville Roberts MP has said.
Different treatments and earlier intervention urged to relieve Covid19 NHS pressures and save lives
Earlier intervention to spot potential Covid19 complications and treat patients in the community are being urged by Plaid Cymru as part of the armoury against Covid-19.
Adam Price: Wales needs procurement tsar to tackle testing and PPE problems
Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price has today argued that the Welsh Government should appoint a procurement tsar to get to grips with Wales's serious shortage of Covid-19 testing kits, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for frontline health and care staff and medical devices for patients.
Increased testing would help address lack of PPE in Welsh social care sector
Directors of Social Services in Welsh Councils have told the head of the Welsh NHS that a lack of personal protective equipment in the care sector is being made worse by the lack of testing.
Wales needs answers in mysterious case of collapsed testing deal
The nature of our political system and culture means that parties vying for power are encouraged to clash rather than collaborate. But the coronavirus crisis has suspended our normal political culture. We need to work together, cross-party and cross-border if we are to meet the challenge of a global pandemic.