Er bod holl sylw caredigion rygbi yng Nghymru ar daith y Llewod yn Seland newydd ar hyn o bryd, rhwydd yw anghofio fod carfan Cymru wedi teithio hefyd i ‘wlad y cwmwl gwyn hir,’ i baratoi at wynebu Tonga a… Read More ›
Plaid should, after all, be a nationalist party with a socialist element, rather than a socialist party with a nationalist element.
‘If you want a party that believes in keeping council tax low, believes in protecting valuable local services in our communities…vote for the Welsh Conservatives.’
Monmouth Assembly Member Nick Ramsay sets out the case for a Conservative vote at the local government elections on May 4th. As we head into the final few days of the 2017 local elections, UK polls are consistently showing a… Read More ›
Plaid Cymru’s Tariq Awan reflects on his work as a councillor in Grangetown, Cardiff and looks ahead to the local government elections in May. The by-election in Grangetown last November really put Plaid Cymru on the map. In… Read More ›
In early December our education system will be ranked in an international league table. In this article, Dr. Philip Dixon, a respected commentator on Welsh education, reveals why his recent book explains some of the background to that judgment and… Read More ›
By Neil McEvoy, Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Minister for Sport and Tourism and Assembly Member for South Wales Central. Bore da. Gynhadledd, dw i’n falch iawn i fod yma heddiw fel aeolod Cynulliad Plaid Cymru Canol De Cymru. It really is… Read More ›
By Dr Sulien Morgan. Is America really imploding? It can seem that way to many both inside and outside the US, and particularly to those of the more liberal persuasion. Two things, more than anything else, in current American society… Read More ›