The return of the Welsh international football team to Wrexham is an additional spur to regenerate the world’s oldest international football stadium and develop a national football museum in the town. That’s the view of Llyr Gruffydd, Plaid Cymru’s North … Continue reading Return of international football ‘a boost for Racecourse regeneration’
News that Airbus bosses are considering the future of its Broughton plant in the wake of Brexit uncertainty has prompted Plaid Cymru to call for a withdrawal deal that doesn’t destroy Welsh manufacturing industry. Plaid Cymru’s North Wales AM Llyr … Continue reading Airbus announcement prompts demands to remain in Single Market
A “hard Brexit” could hit Deeside manufacturing industries hard. That’s the view of Plaid Cymru’s North Wales AM Llyr Gruffydd after news emerged that Toyota bosses were considering “how to survive” in a UK outside the single market after Theresa … Continue reading Toyota boss’s concerns over ‘hard Brexit’
Llyr Gruffydd AM has called for clarity as the bidding war for Dee Valley Water escalates: “In a little over a week we’ve seen the bidding between Severn Trent and Ancala go up from £71m to £84m. This is a … Continue reading Who benefits from Welsh water ownership?