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2016 National Conference

Plaid Ifanc is holding its annual national conference in our capital city, Cardiff on the 9th of April. This is an opportunity for the movement to gather, assess the incredible progress we’ve made in the last year, and plan how we can take the national movement to its next stage over the next 12 months.

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A great day in Llanelli!

Plaid Cymru Youth National Executive yesterday held their monthly meeting in Llanelli. The aim was to meet those involved in our newest and most active branch, which is only a few months old but has attracted around twenty very active members from schools all over the Llanelli constituency. Some National Executive committee members went to help the team to deliver leaflets in Tycroes, while others stayed with the big team of young volunteers in the town centre, speaking to passers-by and making their presence felt. Despite there being a presence also by the Labour party and UKIP, the enthusiastic local team of young activists gave a positive impression to the residents of Llanelli, countering the negativity and scaremongering of some of the other parties present.

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The shame of Welsh Labour

Only one Welsh Labour MP turned up to vote in favour of a Party of Wales-led motion in the House of Commons yesterday, (Tuesday the 20th of January) calling on the British government to do away with the Trident Nuclear Weapons system whose renewal will cost over £100bn over the coming years. 7 Welsh Labour MPs enthusiastically voted against the motion, teaming up with their Conservative and UKIP counterparts in favour of the austerity agenda.

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Say no to the Union Jack on your licence!

Plaid Cymru Youth fully support the recent campaign to oppose the Union Jack being put on driving licences in Wales, Scotland and England.

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

The National Committee of Plaid Cymru Youth would like to wish a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all, in Wales and abroad. 

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Our poverty is not inevitable!

On the occasion of the launch of our new website, our National Chair Glenn Page explains our vision for Wales.

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Action in Aber!

Friday the 5th of December saw The Coopers Arms packed with students and young people who had come to listen to Plaid Cymru Leader, Leanne Wood AM, and Mike Parker, Plaid Cymru’s Westminster candidate for Ceredigion.

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Let’s regain Llanelli!

Inspired by the local candidate, Vaughan Williams, as well as by recent events in Scotland, a brand new branch of Plaid Cymru Youth has been set up in Llanelli, with a good new crew eager to campaign for national liberation. Brett John, the new Chair, tells us about the new group.

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