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Plaid Cymru MPs most active in Parliament

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New figures have revealed that Plaid Cymru MPs were the hardest working Welsh MPs in the Westminster parliament in 2016, asking more questions and making more speeches than their Labour, Conservative and Lib Dem opponents.

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Opportunities with new Emergency Services Network to vastly improve mobile signals

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In the week mobile phone giant EE submitted a planning application for a new mobile phone mast along the B4337 near Abergorlech, Plaid Cymru Members of Parliament are pushing a parliamentary motion to see the new Emergency Services Network used to boost mobile signals throughout Wales.

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Adam blasts Labour & Tories who criticise Llandeilo's £50million bypass investment

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Assembly Member Adam Price has blasted what he branded as the "sneering tone of metropolitan provincialism" of Labour and Conservative Assembly Members who have criticised the £50million investment he and his Plaid Cymru colleagues have negotiated for the long-awaited Llandeilo bypass.

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Brexit ‘plan’ must outline UK position on single market

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Plaid Cymru has set out its demands for the impending Brexit ‘plan’ from the UK Government, demanding that it clearly states its likely trajectory on trading policy.

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Soaring cost of petrol ignored by Westminster

Plaid Cymru has accused the Westminster bubble of being “detached from life outside London” as the soaring cost of petrol is ignored.

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Adam gets the green light for Llandeilo bypass

Llandeilo residents and businesses, and the wider Towy valley have received a £50million Christmas present this week as negotiations between local Assembly Member Adam Price and the Welsh Government result in a green light for the Llandeilo bypass.

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Plaid Cymru will oppose Labour-Tory “stitch-up” on Brexit

Plaid Cymru will oppose the agreement between the UK Government and the Labour Party to unconditionally support triggering Article 50, the party’s Brexit spokesperson, Jonathan Edwards MP has said.

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Why Wales should make a bid to host the World Expo

What better way to signal to the world that we’re open for business than inviting the world here to see for themselves?  Assembly Member Adam Price makes the case in today's Western Mail for Wales to host the World Expo.

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AM encourages shoppers to choose the high street this Christmas

As Wales continues to show vacancy rates higher than the rest of the UK and footfall in Welsh town centres continue to fall, Plaid Cymru will use a Senedd debate to call on the Labour Welsh Government to take swift action to help small businesses on the high street.

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Politicians welcome BT and Openreach separation order

Jonathan Edwards – one of the original group of MPs who supported greater separation between BT and broadband infrastructure provider Openreach – has welcomed today's ruling by regulator Ofcom that BT must legally separate from its Openreach division.  Adam Price urges First Minister to explore a Welsh publicly-owned digital infrastructure company.

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