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UK politics: Vaughan Gething says Plaid Cymru ‘walked away from opportunity to deliver for Wales’ as it ends cooperation agreement - as it happened

UK politics: Vaughan Gething says Plaid Cymru ‘walked away from opportunity to deliver for Wales’ as it ends cooperation agreement - as it happened

UK politics: Vaughan Gething says Plaid Cymru ‘walked away from opportunity to deliver for Wales’ as it ends cooperation agreement - as it happened
May 17, 2024 1 min, 24 secs

He cited being “deeply concerned that the first minister has failed to pay back the £200,000 donation to his leadership campaign from a company convicted of environmental offences” and “the decision to sack a member of the Government this week relating to matters that should be in the public domain already.”

Plaid Cymru said it would “move onwards with a clear and continued commitment to scrutinising Labour’s record, and with a renewed determination to put forward bold ideas which match the people of Wales’s ambitions for our country.”

A private member’s bill from Labour’s Emma Lewell-Buck that would make it easier for pubs to open for extended hours to celebrate national or local events is closer to becoming law, after it received an unopposed third reading in the Commons today.

He cited being “deeply concerned that the first minister has failed to pay back the £200,000 donation to his leadership campaign from a company convicted of environmental offences” and “the decision to sack a member of the Government this week relating to matters that should be in the public domain already.”

Together, Labour and Plaid have worked together to divert resources away from the people’s priorities and towards vanity projects like putting more Senedd members in Cardiff Bay, and have been hand in glove on policies like the destructive sustainable farming scheme and 20mph.

In a statement the Plaid Cymru leader Rhun ap Iorwerth said he was “proud of the way in which the agreement demonstrated a new way of doing politics” saying it was a way of working constructively after “the chaos and uncertainty of Brexit and the Covid pandemic and the harm caused by the UK Conservative government.”

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