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Wales 'voiceless' in Brexit talks while Scottish Minster heads to Whitehall

Local MP and Plaid Cymru's 'Brexit' spokesperson in Westminster, Jonathan Edwards, has today accused First Minister Carwyn Jones of 'consigning Wales to irrelevance' by failing to create the role of a Welsh Government Brexit Minister to represent the nation's needs and demands in ongoing talks.

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Lack of government focus is hurting Wales' economic fortunes

Carmarthenshire Assembly Member and Plaid Cymru's Shadow Cabinet Minister for Finance and Economy, Adam Price has warned that the Welsh Government's lack of clarity on economic policy hurting the economy.

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Politicians call for Assembly inquiry into housing association merger

Carmarthenshire politicians Adam Price AM and Jonathan Edwards MP have called for a National Assembly Committee Inquiry into the merger between Tai Cantref and Wales and West Housing Associations.

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The Case for Relocating Parliament

Jonathan Edwards today made the case in The Times Redbox to relocate the UK Parliament away from London. 

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Carbon neutral investment welcomed by Jonathan Edwards MP

Jonathan Edwards MP visited local firm D J Fuels Ltd to discuss how the local, family owned company is investing £250,000 to expand its carbon neutral biomass heating system.

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Drop in unemployment welcome but Wales still blighted by low-wage economy

Plaid Cymru AM for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr, Adam Price has today welcomed the drop in Welsh unemployment levels but warned that the positive headlines hide the real story of growing economic inactivity in Wales.

 

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Local resident Dafydd Tomos to contest Cilycwm by-election for Plaid Cymru

Dafydd Tomos has been selected by Plaid Cymru to contest the Cilycwm by-election on the 22nd September following the passing of the late Tom Theopholis.

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Tai Cantref Housing Association takeover "open to judicial review" – Plaid Cymru

The decision by the shareholders of Tai Cantref housing association to merge with Wales and West housing association is "open to judicial review" and the current process "should be stopped" – that was the message from Carmarthen East and Dinefwr politicians Adam Price AM and Jonathan Edwards MP who said they are minded to support such action.

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Concerted rural strategy needed says Plaid Cymru politicians

Jonathan Edwards MP and Simon Thomas AM have today called for a concerted rural strategy to ensure the continued health of the Welsh agricultural sector.

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Plaid welcomes IFS report highlighting importance of single market membership

Plaid Cymru Treasury spokesperson Jonathan Edwards MP has today welcomed a new report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies highlighting the importance of continued membership of the European single market to the UK economy.

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