Twitter Link Facebook link
Plaid Cymru's treasury spokesperson has responded to the Chancellor's budget today by warning that tens of thousands of workers in Wales remain trapped in a low income economy.
Plaid Cymru has welcomed the parliamentary recall, but opposes military action against, claiming that it would prolong the conflict.
The UK chancellor's lack of solutions to the spectre of economic recession shows why transfer of powers to Wales is a priority, says Plaid Cymru.
Plaid Cymru has called for the Probation Service to handed to the Welsh Government rather than privatised under Westminster plans.
Over a quarter of people in Wales fear the struggle to keep a roof over their heads in the shadow of austerity, housing charity Shelter Cymru says.
Plaid Cymru has attacked Westminster's cuts to council tax benefits and has accused the Welsh Government of failing to protect Wales’ poorest households.
The Welsh referendum on 3 March 2011 has produced a resounding 'yes' for the country's National Assembly having full law-making powers.
The ‘Yes for Wales’ campaign has urged voters to ‘go out and vote Yes’ in today's (3 March 2011) referendum on the future of the National Assembly.
Faith communities as well as secular groups, charities, businesses, environmentalists and women are backing a 'Yes' vote in the Welsh Assembly referendum.
A 'yes' vote in the 3 March poll over direct powers for the Welsh Assembly is vital to ensuring fair treatment and legislation for the vulnerable, say charities.
become anEkklesia Partner
Select the newsletter(s) to which you want to subscribe or unsubscribe.
Conscience: Taxes for Peace Not War are holding a Parliamentary reception on 2 March hosted by Ruth Cadbury, MP.
Tweets by @Ekklesia_co_uk