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British Government must adopt Real Living Wage

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Ahead of Living Wage Week (5th – 11th November) Plaid Cymru has called on the British Government to increase the so-called ‘National Living Wage’ to the Real Living Wage, to boost disposable income.

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Universal Credit to hit rural Wales hard

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Rural Wales will feel greater negative effects of the British Government's flagship Universal Credit policy – that was the message from Plaid Cymru Member of Parliament Jonathan Edwards who says the self-employed and farmers are likely to be more negatively affected by the "cruel" policy.

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Wales should be grateful for investment in English railways, says British Government

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Wales should be grateful for investment in English railways – that was the message from the Secretary of State for Wales today when responding to a question from Plaid Cymru MP Jonathan Edwards.

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Brexit Secretary again fails to guarantee Wales a voice in Brexit deal

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The British Government has once again failed to guarantee Wales has a say in the UK's future relationship with Europe – that was the message from Plaid Cymru MP Jonathan Edwards who challenged the Secretary of State for Exiting the EU in the House of Commons this week.

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Welsh workers now lowest paid in the UK

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As average weekly earnings in Wales fall to the lowest of all the UK regions, Plaid Cymru has warned that it’s time for both the UK and Welsh Government to begin investing in people.

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New 'Patient Hotels' could clear A&E logjam

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Plaid Cymru has responded to the growing delays outside of accident and emergency departments by urging the Welsh Government and local health boards to consider the creation of 'patient hotels' – a concept widely used in Scandinavian countries to support patients who no longer need 24 hour medical care.

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Case for electrification to Swansea derailed by Labour Government incompetence

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Local AM and Plaid Cymru's Shadow Cabinet Secretary for the Economy, Adam Price AM has today accused the Labour Welsh Government of derailing plans to electrify the main rail line between Cardiff and Swansea by failing to include a requirement for electrical local services in its franchise specification.

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Failure to include Carmarthenshire in 'Golden Hello' GP training scheme impacts upon numbers

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Plaid Assembly Member urges Health Secretary to not disregard one of the most rural areas in Wales.

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'We’re at risk of destroying the regulatory system as it starts to deliver'

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Read Adam's contribution to the Assembly Debate on the Welsh Language Bill.

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Holding Labour's feet to the fire for a fairer Wales

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Adam writes for the Western Mail ahead of the Welsh Government tabling its Budget in the National Assembly for Wales.

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