Plaid Cymru

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Plaid Cymru

(ˌplaɪd ˈkʌmrɪ)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the Welsh nationalist party
[C20: Welsh, literally: party of Wales]
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THE Welsh Conservatives have said Plaid Cymru should stop calling itself the Party of Wales after losing 15 out of 40 deposits in the general election.
Graham Jones Organiser of South Wales Nationalist Party of Wales Carmarthen
THE Party of Wales is different because our vision and policies are made in Wales especially for the people of Wales.
The Party of Wales was set up in the 1920s because of the unfairness of the treatment of Wales by all political parties in London.
Election of a Member of Parliament, 2015: Albert Owen MP Labour 10871 John Rowlands Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales 10642 Michelle Willis Welsh Conservative Party Candidate 7393 Nathan Gill UKIP Wales / UKIP Cymru 5121 Mark Geoffrey Thomas Rosenthal Welsh Liberal Democrats 751 Liz Screen Socialist Labour Party 148 National Assembly for Wales Election Results 2013 Rhun ap Iorwerth Plaid Cymru -The Party of Wales, 12,601 Stephen William Churchman, Welsh Liberal Democrats, 309 Neil Fairlamb, Welsh Conservative Party Candidate, 1,843 Nathan Gill, UKIP Wales, 3,099 Kathrine Jones, Socialist Labour Party, 348 Tal Michael, Welsh Labour, 3,435 Welsh language 38,568 people on the island say they can speak Welsh, 28,835 say they cannot speak the language.
As someone who was not brought up as a Welsh speaker, I have found a warm welcome in the Party of Wales.
The Liberals were the original party of Wales but this message has been lost along the way and I want to reclaim that space from Plaid.
The party will call itself Welsh Labour under the motto: Welsh Labour - The Real Party of Wales.
This is the reason why we in Plaid Cymru - The Party Of Wales have argued to keep community services.
I have spent the last 30 months becoming more and more impressed with the Party of Wales in Cardiff and nationally.
For the record I have resigned from the Party of Wales.
There are real fears that if Tony Blair continues to dither, Labour could become the minority party of Wales.