Why the Welsh Assembly should vote today to change its name to just ‘Senedd’

Rhun ap Iorwerth AM, Plaid Cymru Deputy Assembly Leader Today, members of the National Assembly for Wales will vote on changing our national democratic institution’s name to signify its transition to a legislative parliament. Plaid Cymru strongly supports Senedd becoming the official name of our national representative body. It’s already widely used […]

Is there any way back for Neil McEvoy?

Ifan Morgan Jones Although it was barely mentioned by Plaid Cymru themselves or the media, perhaps the most significant result of the conference in Swansea over the weekend was the re-election of Alun Ffred Jones as party Chair. Plaid’s Cardiff West branch, the power base of Neil McEvoy AM, had […]

Why Wales needs a 10-point plan for education

Siân Gwenllian AM, Plaid Cymru Shadow Minister for Education and Welsh Language Later today, at Plaid Cymru’s annual conference in Swansea, I will be presenting a motion which, if passed, will form the basis of our party’s Action Plan for Schools and Early Years when Plaid Cymru form Wales’ next […]