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5 things we learnt from Plaid Cymru’s Spring Conference

Plaid Cymru held its Spring Conference in Cardiff at the end of March. If you missed it, here are five things you should know. 

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“Judge us on our record” – Plaid Cymru is making a difference for Welsh communities

Leaders of Plaid Cymru-led councils have written to Welsh voters ahead of local elections

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Free school meals to all secondary school pupils - Plaid Cymru council election pledge

Plaid Cymru led-councils will “commit to aim of extending free school meals to all secondary school pupils” – Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price

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Spring Statement: ‘Comprehensive programme’ needed to address ‘rocketing costs’ – Ben Lake MP

Rural fuel duty relief, energy efficiency investment and benefit increase among Plaid Cymru calls ahead of mini-budget

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Plaid Cymru's proud record in welcoming refugees

Plaid Cymru local authorities’ record on welcoming refugees highlighted in Westminster

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Plaid calls for school dinner debt to be cancelled

Plaid Cymru has called for cost of school day to be “poverty proofed”

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Collaborative politics of Wales protecting people from “out of touch” Westminster

Plaid Cymru’s finance spokesperson Llyr Gruffydd MS says that today’s (Tuesday 8 March) budget is a “tangible and practical demonstration of our commitment to help the most vulnerable in our society.”

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A glimmer of hope in a challenging world - the role of collaborative politics in Wales

A collaborative budget that will deliver free school meals to all primary school pupils in Wales is something worth celebrating, writes Sian Gwenllian MS

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Europe’s reliance on Russian fossil fuels is paying for Putin’s war in Ukraine

Liz Saville Roberts writes for The National

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Plaid Cymru calls for Welsh voice to be “heard distinctly” within UK Covid Inquiry

“Give our bereaved families Core Participant Status” - Rhun ap Iorwerth MS writes to Chair of UK Covid Inquiry

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