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Time for Plaid Cymru to come off the fence

With elections to the Welsh Assembly no more than three months away, the rhetorical war is hotting up.  According to yesterday’s Western Mail, the Conservatives are now demanding… 778 more words

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Plaid Cymru pledge to introduce online voting in Wales

Leanne Wood AM, leader of Plaid Cymru has promised to introduce online voting for Welsh Assembly elections if her party wins power in this year’s elections. 272 more words

Online Voting

Wales is Being Ignored

Since the 2014 Scottish Independence referendum, political goings on north of Hadrian’s Wall have dominated the media headlines. Indeed after the 2015 General Election, in which 56 out of 59 of Scotland’s MPs were from the SNP, the media speculation swiftly turned to discuss the possibility of a second referendum. 1,045 more words
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THE 10 BIGGEST POLITICAL LOSERS OF 2015

By Chris Jarvis

2015 has been a tumultuous year for politics. From the rise of the SNP to the shock victory of the Conservatives in the General Election and from the election of Jeremy Corbyn as Leader of the Labour Party to the decimation of the Liberal Democrats, it has been a year like no other. 1,283 more words

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PLAID LEADER SETS OUT VISION FOR WALES IN LLANGOLLEN

No maternity unit will be downgraded in north Wales under a Plaid Cymru – The Party Of Wales Government next year.

That was one of the key messages delivered by the party’s leader, Leanne Wood AM, at a packed meeting in Llangollen on Thursday night.  334 more words

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Saturday, 24th October, 2015

Facts Must Come First!

     Plaid Cymru have plans “to integrate health and social-care”.   The idea sounded perfectly sensible – until Party Leader Lianne Wood was interviewed on Radio Wales “Good Morning” programme. 269 more words

Welsh Affairs

The 7-way Party Leader Debate – As It Will Happen

If you have ever wondered what it’s like to sink in metaphorical quicksand, look no further and take your chances TONIGHT when the 7-way party leader debate sails through the airwaves.   818 more words

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