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Today is Small Business Saturday

 

When we were asked to stay local, many of us relied very heavily on our local businesses. Now that travel restrictions have been lifted, it’s tempting to head to the large chain stores, but Small Business Saturday is an important reminder to continue to support our local small businesses.

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Hospitality restrictions “deeply regretful” says Plaid Cymru

‘Hospitality paying the price’ says Plaid Cymru Shadow Economy Minister Helen Mary Jones MS

The new restrictions announced on the hospitality sector in Wales will be ‘incredibly challenging’ Plaid Cymru has said.

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Plaid Cymru unveils plan for youth mental health 'one stop shops'

Rhun ap Iorwerth announces new plan to support young people’s mental wellbeing

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Victory for A Level Students

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A Level Hypocrisy

Read Adam Price's letter here and sign 

https://www.partyof.wales/support_welsh_students

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The “Blight of Litterers” in Our Beautiful Valleys

Plaid Cymru litter pickers put their words into action

 

Plaid Cymru took to the streets of Ebbw Vale to put their words into action and tackle some of the litter that has been piling up along roadsides since the re-opening of a local fast food outlet. Blaenau Gwent candidate in the 2021 Senedd Elections, Peredur Owen-Griffiths has called it a “blight” on the Blaenau Gwent valleys.

 

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Leader of Plaid Cymru Adam Price spells out vision for Government: An Equal Nation and a Nation of Equals

Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price has today set out how a Plaid Cymru government would make ending poverty its priority with an ambitious vision for childcare and social care in Wales.

At its heart is a commitment to look after everyone at the dawn and twilight of their lives.

Proposals include:

  • A Welsh Child Payment
  • Free Child Care from 12 months of age
  • National Health and Care Service
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Petition Update

Thank you very much for your support, and if you have done so already, for signing our fast food litter petition. Over 3,300 people signed the petition to make it compulsory for fast food outlets with drive through facilities to print car number plates on all packaging so that litter can be traced.

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‘Show the public you’re moving as quickly AND safely as possible to lift restrictions’ Plaid urge Welsh Government

Whilst still backing a cautious ‘health-first’ approach, Plaid Cymru have urged the Welsh Government to ‘forever test and challenge’ its own advice, so Wales can lift restrictions as fast as is safe to do so.

First Minister Mark Drakeford will announce a review of the restrictions tomorrow (on Friday).

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Plaid Cymru calls for pressure on fast food outlets to take more responsibility over littering

A sudden increase of littering since the reopening of fast food outlets across Wales has sparked a petition and calls from Plaid Cymru for the Welsh Government to intervene

Launched on 4 June by Plaid Cymru Blaenau Gwent, the petition calls for the government to make it compulsory for fast food outlets with drive through facilities to print car number plates on all packaging so that litter can be traced.

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