CYM: Mae Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales (hefyd Plaid) yn blaid wleidyddol sosialaidd a Chymreig sydd yn galw am hunanlywodraeth i Gymru o fewn yr Undeb Ewropeaidd.
Yn draddodiadol y mae Plaid wedi bod gryfaf yn y Gymru Gymraeg yn y gorllewin a'r gogledd.
Arweinydd: Ieuan Wyn Jones
Sefydlwyd: 5 Awst, 1925
Ideoleg: Wleidyddol Cenedlaetholdeb Cymreig, Democratiaeth sosialaidd
ENG: Plaid Cymru (The Party of Wales; often referred to simply as Plaid) is a political party in Wales. It advocates the establishment of an independent Welsh state within the European Union.
Plaid Cymru was formed in 1925 and won its first seat in 1966. Plaid Cymru has 1 of 4 Welsh seats in the European Parliament, 3 of 40 Welsh seats in the UK Parliament, 14 of 60 seats in the National ...
Plaid leader Ieuan Wyn Jones said the Build for Wales fund would help economic growth and make up for cuts.The money would be raised through City bank bonds, but interest would have to be paid to bondholders every year.
The Lib Dems called Plaid's plan "pie in the sky" while the Conservatives said it was "uncosted".Roads built under the scheme could have to be tolled, for example. A future Welsh Assembly Government would need to repay the money once the bonds matured after 20 years.The policy was put forward as part of Plaid's campaign for May's assembly election.At present the assembly ...
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Astudent who was expelled from Plaid Cymru after accusing its leader of treachery for backing the introduction of university top-up fees has been readmitted to the party after she re-applied.
Arianwen Caiach-Taylor, from Llanelli, was 17 when she denounced Ieuan Wyn Jones earlier this year in a letter that was leaked to the Western Mail.
The letter followed a decision by Mr Jones and the majority of the Plaid Assembly group to defy party policy which has long opposed top-up fees for students domiciled in Wales and attending Welsh universities.
Mr Jones and most of his colleagues were ...
7:10pm Wednesday 14th January 2009A 15-YEAR-OLD youth who admitted being part of a nasty affray in which an MP was left beaten and bloody has been ordered to pay his victims £125 compensation.He had already pleaded guilty to affray at a previous hearing at Worcester Magistrates Court before appearing for sentencing at a city youth court yesterday. The defendant, who lives in Worcester, was part of a group of teenagers who attacked Plaid Cymru MP Adam Price as he carried balloons to a celebration party marking his parents’ golden wedding anniversary in the city on Saturday, October ...