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Social Media platforms should be duty-bound to tackle online abuse, says Liz Saville Roberts MP

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Plaid Cymru pushed amendments in the House of Commons to make social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter accountable for rising online abuse.

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Welsh speakers ignored as Westminster goes digital

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Plaid Cymru has pushed amendments to Westminster’s Digital Economy Bill to force the Government to ensure that services provided online by the Government are provided through the medium of Welsh as well as English.

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‘Celtic Sea Alliance’ urged to continue Wales-Ireland links

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Plaid Cymru calls for Welsh-Irish deal to secure future European investment

The Welsh Government should enter into formal talks with the Irish State and secure an agreement that would create a ‘Celtic Sea Alliance’ and secure future European investment, according to Plaid Cymru’s External Affairs spokesperson, Steffan Lewis AM.

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Plaid attacks Westminster’s ‘decade of decline’ as wages take further hit

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Plaid Cymru has attacked Westminster’s ‘decade of decline’ as wages take another severe blow in the Autumn Statement.

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Plaid Leader accuses BBC of "failing Wales" as coverage figures slump

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Corporation 'must accept some blame' for democratic deficit - Leanne Wood

Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has today accused the British Broadcasting Corporation of "failing Wales" as new research shows a stark decline in the coverage dedicated to the devolved nation in the BBC's news output.

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Plaid Cymru calls for a register of lobbyists

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The Plaid Cymru Group in the National Assembly has unanimously supported calls for a register of lobbyists.

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Autumn Statement Proves the Need to Remain in the Single Market - Jonathan Edwards MP

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Responding to the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, Plaid Cymru’s Treasury spokesperson, Jonathan Edwards MP, said:

“This statement confirms that the so-called long-term economic plan is really just a short-term economic scramble. The rapid deterioration in the economy will have a painful impact on people’s jobs and wages and the Chancellor now faces a reported £120 billion black hole in public finances as a result of his government’s reckless insistence on giving up our membership of the single market.

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Plaid makes case for clampdown on excessive public sector pay packets

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Plaid Cymru AM for South Wales Central, Neil McEvoy, will today (Wednesday) lead a debate in the National Assembly on pay scales in Welsh local authorities and the wider public sector.

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Plaid hails progress in its bid to bring World Expo to Wales

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Plaid Cymru Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Business, the Economy and Finance, Adam Price AM, has hailed progress in his party’s campaign to bring the globally renowned World Expo to Wales in the next 10-15 years.

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Autumn Statement must address Wales’ ‘Brexit black hole’

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Plaid Cymru has demanded the UK Government commits to plugging Wales’ ‘Brexit black hole’, and replaces lost EU funding schemes with a UK Government convergence fund.

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