Ian Johnson outlines Plaid Cymru’s plans to abolish fees for non-residential care
Posts Tagged ‘Plaid Cymru’
Elin Jones responds to the Conservative UK Government’s budget announcement of a new sugar levy on the soft drinks industry
Bethan Jenkins outlines some of the issues that parties will need to consider ahead of any discussion of air strikes against ‘Islamic State’.
Plaid are right to rule out a coalition with the Tories, but for the wrong reasons, says Daran Hill
Leanne Wood’s speech at the Atrium, Cardiff on 20th May 2015.
Roger Scully assesses the latest Wales Political Barometer Poll.
Can Plaid Cymru move beyond its 15 year state-reforming interlude? Syd Morgan asks
Leanne Wood says people can make Wales count like never before on May the 7th
The Environment Bill offers a perfect opportunity for Wales to establish statutory climate change targets and catch up with the rest of the UK says Llyr Gruffydd AM.
Llyr Huws Gruffydd says a commitment to children’s rights is lacking in current legislation.