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Welsh Grand Committee

Read or watch Jonathan's contribution to the Welsh Grand Committee today.

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Local politicians seek Superfast successor scheme assurances

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As the Welsh Government prepares a successor scheme to provide high speed broadband across Wales, local politicians Adam Price AM and Jonathan Edwards MP are seeking specific commitments and conditions for upgrades to rural communities

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Backtracking on bypass would breach budget agreement – Adam

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Plaid Cymru Assembly Member, Adam Price, has requested an urgent meeting with the Welsh Government's Economy Secretary ahead of the National Assembly vote on the government's £15billion annual budget citing "ambiguous and contradicting statements by the Labour government over the Llandeilo bypass".

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Local roads in Wales see 42% reduction in spending

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The state of Welsh roads is not fit for the last century, let alone this one – that was the message local Assembly Member Adam Price told fellow AMs in the National Assembly this week.

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Adam calls for inquiry into Welsh Government support for film industry

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Plaid Cymru's Shadow Cabinet Secretary for the Economy, Adam Price AM, has written to the Auditor General requesting that he launches a sector-specific inquiry into Welsh Government support for the film industry in Wales.

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Plaid Cymru to vote down latest Brexit Bill

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Plaid Cymru will vote against the Westminster Government’s latest Brexit Bill, which moves the UK towards exiting the Customs Union as well as the European Union.

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Energising Communities Fund seeks applications

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Member of Parliament Jonathan Edwards is encouraging community groups and charities in Carmarthenshire to consider applying for funding up to £2,000 this month.

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Cautious welcome for Post Office funding as assurances are sought for rural Carmarthenshire

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Local politicians Adam Price and Jonathan Edwards have given a cautious welcome the announcement by the Westminster government that it is investing £370million into the Post Office network, but the Plaid Cymru duo said rural communities in Carmarthenshire and throughout Wales needed guarantees that they would benefit from the circa £160million of that money which is designed to protect rural community branches.

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Christmas Message

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In our Christmas message last year we described 2016 as a year of change.  The vote to leave the EU, the election of Donald Trump and conflicts around the world changed the course history.  We predicted that 2017 would be the year of challenge.

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Politicians concerned by Llandeilo bypass delays

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The Assembly Member who brokered a £50million agreement with the Welsh Government to build a bypass around Llandeilo has expressed his concern at the perceived delay in getting the project underway.

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