Plaid Cymru

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Plaid Cymru

the Welsh nationalist party
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"Plaid Cymru's standing orders are silent on whether someone nominated to be an AM has to be a member at the time they take up their seat.
Cllr Jones says the cabinet decision now needs to be approved by Plaid Cymru's national executive.
The by-election at Ceredigion, west Wales is on Thursday February 3, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Plaid Cymru's Cynog Dafis.
The agreement between the two parties - struck following talks between Mr Drakeford and Plaid Cymru's Adam Price, the Shadow Secretary for Business, Economy and Finance - delivers a package of spending commitments reflecting Plaid Cymru's policy priorities.
Speaking as Plaid Cymru's candidate for West Cardiff, he says: "This is the playing fields at Cantonian which the Fib Dems, sorry the Lib Dems but I think they should be called the Fib Dems because of all the lies they tell.
Or indeed the recent failure to condemn Plaid Cymru's social justice spokesperson who attacked the armed forces' recruitment of young people, despite the fact that Anglesey has a proud record of army recruits and the Royal Air Force is a major local employer.
Unemployed Aled claims he is the real "Voice of Wales" - stealing the title from Plaid Cymru's Dafydd Wigley.
A further complaint against Ms Greagsby has been made by Plaid's chief of staff Mabli Jones, who states: "Anne Greagsby tweets with Plaid Cymru's logo on her profile picture, which brings the party into disrepute in my opinion."
PLAID Cymru's focus is on giving children the best start in life, and the best teachers to start them on that journey.
PLAID Cymru's leadership at Caerphilly County Borough Council has a blind cheek.
With Plaid Cymru's falling apart at the seams, the Cardiff Assembly's security team has been asked to ascertain how the Labour members got hold of an internal Plaid Cymru policy document.
YOUR issue of January 16 provided Plaid Cymru's top 10 plans.