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Challenges ahead: A look at what NHS Wales is facing down the road – Daniel Jones

Daniel Jones is a Junior Doctor writing here about the challenges the Welsh NHS will be facing in future.     

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“This Brexit chaos is further proof that Westminster is broken” – Llŷr Williams

Llŷr is the current international officer for Plaid Ifanc, and was the Plaid Cymru parliamentary candidate for Preseli Pembrokeshire in the 2017 general election.

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These should be your resolutions for 2019

How do we stop ourselves from feeling helpless in 2019? In the world we live in how can we fight against the rise of the far right and realise an independent Wales that can work of its people? Our co-chair Sioned Treharne outlines some resolutions everyone can make in 2019…

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Does Wales have a Brain Drain problem?

Daniel Roberts asks if the “brain drain” phenomenon is a problem in Wales and, if so, what can we do to solve it? 

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Greenish – A Zero Waste Life

To those who live in Cardiff and its surrounding area this week is an important one in the city’s journey towards an environmental identity. We’ve discover the location of the new zero-waste, zero-plastic shop Ripple. There couldn’t be a more apt name for the shop. Ripple became a reality because it was funded through a Kickstarterwhere members of the public and the community showed their support in donations. Over £33,000 was raised, enough to solidify Cardiff’s place in the zero-waste movement which keeps growing and growing. Plaid Ifanc’s secretary, Sioned James, interviewed Mari Elin, who’s created a blog about being Greenish., to find out more on what it means to lead a zero-waste life.

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For our future – we demand a People’s Vote

Carmen Ria Smith, Plaid Ifanc member, attended People’s Vote March in London on Saturday the 20th of October representing both Plaid Cymru and For Future’s Sake. Here’s the speech she gave…


 

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This is why we need a People’s Vote.

“It is the belief” I said, my shaking voice echoing around the conference hall, “of the majority young members of this Party that a Hard Brexit will be at the detriment of our futures”.

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Catalonia – a year since the referendum

Our international affairs officer, Llyr Williams from Preseli, looks back at a year since the independence referendum in Catalunya.

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We must fight for Wales!

Rhydian Elis Fitter, our membership officer, makes the case why our members should go out and campaign vigourously during the final two weeks of the campaign. 

We must fight for our Wales.

There are only 3 weeks remaining until Wales chooses its new government. Instead of using this space to appeal to new voters, I want to speak directly to my fellow members of Plaid Cymru and Plaid Ifanc.

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Tales from our National 2016 Conference

Last week, on Saturday the 9th of April, Plaid Ifanc held their National Conference at Cardiff Students Union. With over 60 attendees, this was one of our most successful events to date.

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