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Jonathan Edwards - Herald Column

New Parliament – New Era

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Adam Price welcomes full fibre broadband investment in Llandybie

Adam Price AM welcomed the installation of future-proof technology ensuring connectivity for hundreds of homes.

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Wales needs to invest more in education - Adam Price AM

"Timid tinkering isn’t enough – we need bold new ideas to tackle Wales’ economic challenges." - Adam Price in his Nation.Cymru article.

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Jonathan Edwards raises Ferryside Lifeboat funding concerns

Jonathan Edwards has written to the Secretary of State for Transport following concerns for the future grant funding of the independent lifeboat service.

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Jonathan Edwards - Herald Column

Iran Crisis

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A Welsh Child Payment could “lift 50,000 children out of poverty” - Adam Price AM

Eradicating child poverty a priority for Plaid Cymru says Leader Adam Price

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Jonathan Edwards - Western Mail Article

Wales collectively cringed this week as Boris Johnson on more than one occasion said that he is going to put his Withdrawal Agreement in the popty ping. Notwithstanding the fact that no-one really calls it that (it’s meicrodon, Boris bach), most of us also see through Johnson’s deception in suggesting that Brexit is something that can simply be ‘done’.

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Jonathan Edwards - Re-election Message

I write this message on the eve of a Westminster election which will shape the future of Wales for generations and asks us to make a distinct choice between two possible paths.

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Make Carmarthenshire Matter - Jonathan Edwards

Plaid Cymru candidate for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr, Jonathan Edwards, has outlined the campaign pledges he is standing on.

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Jonathan Edwards - Herald Column

I write this column after the debate the 2nd Reading of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill where MPs voted to support moving the legislation to the next stage of scrutiny, however defeated the British Government on their preferred timetable for scrutiny. In act of gross petulance, the Prime Minister has decided to pull the Bill as opposed to having a simple conversation with his opponents on the amount of time they believe will be required for scrutiny. Let’s hope commons sense prevails over the coming days.

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