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Sixth Form Students Quiz Leanne At Her Former School

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Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood marked 100 days to the Assembly elections with a visit to her old secondary school.

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Rhondda Leader Column, 27th January 2016

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The devastating news about job cuts in the Welsh steel industry will have brought back sharp memories of the demise of the coal industry during the 1980s and the impact that had on our communities.

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BBC Radio4 Any Questions

Steel, centralisation of hospital services, home schooling and politicians pay were all hot topics of debate when Radio 4 came to Wales.

Listen now on the BBC website:

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Plaid Cymru Leader Unveils New Campaign Tool

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood has launched a new website to help her spread the word about her party’s positive message to improve Wales.

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Labour failures over seventeen years put A&E services “on the edge”

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Plaid Cymru’s plans to increase the number of doctors per head will strengthen hospital services In Wales and bring A&E services out of critical condition, Plaid Cymru’s Leader Leanne Wood has said.

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Plaid Cymru Leader Vows to Create Economic Powerhouse in Valleys

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The Party of Wales has unveiled a series of ambitious proposals that aim to create employment and wealth in places like the valleys.

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Dramatic Fall in Library Usage Since Labour-ordered Closures

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The number of people visiting libraries in Rhondda Cynon Taf has fallen by 26% in the wake of a widespread council closure programme, Plaid Cymru can reveal.

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Warning - Women May Lose out on Pension

The UK Government’s pension plans threaten to further punish women many of whom have endured a working lifetime of low pay.  The equalisation process is too fast and women nearing retirement age who were born on or after April 6, 1951 will suffer undue hardship as a consequence. These women cannot go back and live their lives again and deserve better treatment from the Government.”

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Read an account of my meeting with one Rhondda resident affected below.

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Plaid's Cancer Contract

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New YouTube channel

If you want to see more of my work as an Assembly Member you can visit my new You Tube Channel by clicking here.

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