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Adam Price
Arweinydd / Leader . 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Aelod Cynulliad Dwyrain Caerfyrddin a Dinefwr / Assembly Member for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr.
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Plaid Cymru 5h
Leader urged Welsh Government to consider adopting a policy of “temporary nationalisation” to ensure any sale of the plant cannot be blocked by Ford. Ford blocked the sale of the closing Bordeaux plant in France last year, causing the loss of 850 jobs.
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Wiliam Rees Jun 24
Out campaigning once again - this time for the County Council By-Election in Llanbadarn Fawr with candidate . 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Allan yn ymgyrchu unwaith eto - tro yma ar gyfer Is-Etholiad Cyngor Sir yn Llanbadarn Fawr gyda ymgeisydd Mathew Jones.
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Adam Price Jun 24
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Roedd bwlch anferth o 9 mis rhwng dau gyfarfod y tasglu. Beth yn union oedd y Llywodraeth yn ei wneud yn ystod y cyfnod hollbwysig hwn lle'r oedd dyfodol y safle yn y fantol. Mae'r diffyg cymryd cyfrifoldeb yn symptomaidd o blaid sydd yn cysgu wrth lyw llywodraeth.
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Adam Price Jun 24
Roedd Llywodraeth Cymru yn gwybod ym mis Ionawr eleni y gallai'r ffatri wynebu colled bosibl o dros fil o swyddi. Mae’n anghredadwy felly na lwyddodd tasglu Llywodraeth Cymru gwrdd â Ford tan ddau fis yn ddiweddarach.
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Adam Price Jun 24
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There was a staggering 9 month gap between two meetings of this taskforce. What exactly was the Government doing during this crucial period where the future of the plant was hanging in the balance? This is a dereliction of duty and a party asleep at the wheel of governance.
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Adam Price Jun 24
The Welsh Government knew back in January this year that the plant could face a potential loss of over a thousand jobs. It is therefore inconceivable that the Labour Welsh Government taskforce failed to meet with Ford until two months later.
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Plaid Cymru Jun 23
NEWYDD / NEW "No matter which of two of them wins the Tory leadership race and becomes the next prime minister, their determination to deliver Brexit come hell or high water is the best advert for Welsh independence" -
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YesCymru 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Jun 22
36% support Welsh Independence, with a further 17% according to the latest YouGov poll. Support for has increased by 7% since 2017, and for the first time those against make up less than 50%.
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Plaid Cymru Jun 20
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Plaid Cymru Jun 20
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Adam Price Jun 20
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The European election result showed Brexit cannot be considered the settled will of the people of Wales, and certainly not a no deal Brexit. The democratic thing to do is to put it back to the people in a final say referendum.
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Adam Price Jun 20
Alun Cairns’ comments are worrying & deeply reckless. He knows no deal would be a disaster for Wales, our farmers, NHS, manufacturing industry & could lead to thousands of job losses. He’s not protecting Wales but protecting his own interests to keep his job under the next PM.
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Adam Price Jun 20
Air pollution causes approx. 2,000 deaths a year & is a public health crisis in Wales. Labour need to get serious about this emergency and present a Clean Air Act for Wales to protect our citizens and rid our environment from this pollution once and for all.
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Adam Price Jun 20
Heddi yw diwrnod aer glân. Mae llygredd aer yn achosi 2,000 o farwolaethau y flwyddyn ac yn argyfwng iechyd difrifol yng Nghymru. Hen bryd i Lafur weithredu a chyflwyno Deddf Aer Glân er mwyn gwarchod iechyd ein dinasyddion a chael gwared a'r llygredd hyn. .
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Plaid Cymru Jun 20
"When FM said he didn't think declaring a climate emergency meant a difference in policy, alarm bells rang. Doesn’t Labour realise the point of declaring is to recognise the status-quo isn't sustainable?"
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Plaid Cymru Neath Jun 19
Election day in today! Remember to vote for Hywel Miles - your candidate !
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Wales Arts Review Jun 19
"I want to see ‘History’ changed to ‘The History of Wales and the World’ for clarity." - AC/AM, Shadow Minister for Education (and the Welsh Language), argues the case for stronger history curriculum for Welsh pupils.
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Menter y Plu Jun 18
Ydych chi wedi gweld ein tudalen ? Dyma fo i chi eto! Have you seen our Crowdfunder page? Here it is for you again!
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Siân Gwenllian AC/AM Jun 18
Every nation needs to know its story. Too many people in Wales feel they don’t know enough about our past. People want to know more. I will be leading a debate on Welsh History in the Senedd today, suggesting ways to rectify this.
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Jonathan Edwards Jun 19
Writing today in on why it's impossible to support spending at least £5 billion on restoring the Houses of Parliament after a decade of savage cuts to our public services.
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