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In April, maternity services at Cwm Taf Health Board were placed into special measures after an external review identified “serious failings” with “little evidence of effective clinical leadership at any level” and patient concerns not taken seriously. Following the publication of the independent report on maternity services Plaid Cymru led a debate in the Senedd calling on Labour Health Minister Vaughan Gething to resign for the failings.
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Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who voted, I’m honoured that you have placed your faith in me and I want to re-assure you that I am here to represent everyone in our ward, whichever way you voted.  If we haven't met yet, I hope we will have the opportunity to do soon.  I very much looking forward to working with you, and for you, to bring about the changes that are needed.  
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Pontypridd Schools Shake-up on the BBC

This is how the BBC reported RCT's Labour run cabinet decision to close Ysgol Pont Sion Norton and to centralise 6th Form Education. "Plaid Cymru councillor Heledd Fychan, who represents Pontypridd, urged council leaders to "listen to people's concerns and to take them seriously". "The council has not collaborated and people are not involved in decisions," she said. Councillor Fychan claimed some parents were now choosing English-medium education instead of Welsh because of the closure of Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Pont Sion Norton."
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