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Flood Victims Support Calls for Public Inquiry in Plaid Cymru Report

 

Evidence published in a Plaid Cymru report looking at the devastating impact of flooding in Rhondda Cynon Taf shows 100% support for an independent public inquiry.

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Plaid Leader Adam Price visits Pontypridd

On a visit to Pontypridd, Adam Price revisited some of the businesses and residents that were so badly hit in February's floods, to hear for himself how they were coping and their plans for the future.  He was shown around the constituency by Pontypridd Councillor, Heledd Fychan.

 

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Hypocritical Labour Deny Justice for Flood Victims

At a full Council meeting of Rhondda Cynon Taf Council last night (25 November), Labour Councillors voted unanimously against an independent inquiry into the floods that devastated communities across the County Borough earlier this year.

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Leader of Plaid Cymru to visit Pontypridd

On Friday 27 November, the Leader of Plaid Cymru Adam Price MS will visit the Pontypridd constituency to hear directly from businesses, organisations and residents about the challenges they have faced this year in light of both the floods and COVID-19. 

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Plaid Cymru Councillors pay respects

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Plaid Cymru councillors Heledd Fychan and Eleri Griffiths laid wreaths and paid their respects at Ynysangharad War Memorial Park on remembrance day.

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Plaid Cymru Call on Council to Rethink Appeal

Plaid Cymru criticise Rhondda Cynon Taf Council following the announcement they are appealing a high court judgement

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One Step Closer to Securing Justice for Flood Victims

The Plaid Cymru petition calling for an inquiry into the flooding in Rhondda Cynon Taf reached the necessary 5000 signatures and will now be considered for a debate in the Senedd.

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Plaid Cymru councillors and local campaigners defeat quarray expansion plans

 

Success for local campaigners as Controversial plans to expand Craig yr Hesg quarry on Berw Road in Glyncoch have been rejected by the council’s planning committee.

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Victory for Campaigners as Judge has Ruled Against Controversial School Reorganisation

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A victory for local campaigners as it has been announced a High Court Judge has ruled against controversial school reorganisation plans proposed by Labour run Rhondda Cynon Taf

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Let People Have Their Say About the Flooding Disaster

There are calls for an independent inquiry into the flooding in Rhondda Cynon Taf by Storm Dennis this February. 

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