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Great-grandmother of MS on historic peace petition

“The voice of my foremothers calling to me through the decades and answering my questions” – Sioned Williams MS

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Column: Gleision Mining Disaster

Sioned Williams writes about one of the campaigns of which she is most proud

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Skill Academy “crucial” in wake of Tata Steel jobs announcement, says Plaid Cymru

Port Talbot Centre of Excellence gets Senedd Member’s vote of approval. Sioned Williams MS, Plaid Cymru Member of Senedd for South Wales West has called for “urgency” in supporting initiatives that increase the skills base in the Port Talbot area.

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Plaid Cymru MS praises Rainbow Coalition for reinstating bus services

Neath Port Talbot Council have been able to secure 42 bus contracts across the county borough, including a number of services that had previously been cut or reduced.
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Column: Apprenticeship Week

Sioned Williams writes about the importance of apprenticeship schemes and the shock of funding cuts

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“Thirteen years and still no answers” on Gleision Mining Disaster

Sioned Williams MS raises concerns over “pause” to mining disaster inquest

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Column: Swansea Maternity Unit

Sioned Williams MS, Plaid Cymru’s spokesperson on Social Justice and Equalities, writes about the need for the review of Swansea maternity services to include the voices of those affected.

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Column: Tata Steel

Sioned Williams MS writes that the Tata Steel workers need reassurance that they will continue to be able to pay their bills this year.

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Column: Poverty and PISA

Sioned Williams MS writes about the unhappy relationship that underpins Wales’ school performance.

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Plaid Cymru calls for jobs plan for Tata Steel

“From Cardiff to Carmarthen – many people are impacted by the uncertainty surrounding Port Talbot steel works – and Welsh Government need to tell us what they plan to do” says Sioned Williams MS

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