Plaid Cymru Member of Senedd for South Wales West, Sioned Williams, has slammed Neath Port Talbot Council’s “undemocratic” decision to close three primary schools despite “overwhelming local opposition” to the plans.
Plaid Cymru’s spokesperson for Social Justice and Equalities, Sioned Williams MS, has today urged the Welsh Government to “act now" to mitigate Westminster cuts to Universal Credit, as the £20 weekly uplift in Universal Credit comes to an end.
Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams has welcomed plans announced by the WRU to strengthen female participation in rugby but has called on the union to fulfil the calls of 123 former Welsh internationals to improve support for women’s rugby.
Plaid MS Sioned Williams has welcomed the addition of the celebrated Pontardawe opera singer, David John Jones, known affectionately as ‘Dai Tenor’, to the Dictionary of Welsh Biography, following a successful campaign.
Plaid MS Sioned Williams has written to the Welsh Government following concerns locally that there has been a noticeable reduction in the number of people complying with the requirement to wear masks in supermarkets.
It's 100 days since I was elected as Plaid Cymru MS for South Wales West. It's been a huge privilege to speak up for residents and also raise issues as Plaid Cymru's spokesperson on Social Justice and Equalities. Together with my Plaid Cymru colleagues , I will continue to challenge decisions when needed and hold the Labour Welsh Government to account to ensure a fairer Wales. Here are some images which convey these first 100 days of my role.
Plaid MS Sioned Williams has called on the Public Services Ombudsman for Wales to review the decision which found that former Neath Port Talbot council leader Cllr Rob Jones did not breach the council’s Code of Conduct.