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Acting Leader calls for 'Future Wales Charter' to place young people at heart of policymaking

“Children and young people will live longest with the actions we take today” and they must be “at the core” of decisions – Llyr Gruffydd MS

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Average wait times for routine surgery in North Wales are ‘unacceptable’, says MS

The average wait times for routine surgery in North Wales are “unacceptable”, according to an MS.

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MS welcomes chance for residents to have their say on proposed Council Tax hike on second homes

An MS has welcomed a chance for residents in Denbighshire to have their say on a proposed council tax hike on second homes and long-term empty homes.

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Have your say on dental services in your area

Dental services are in crisis with more and more practices closing their doors to NHS patients. We're seeing the effective privatisation of a key element of the NHS with tens of thousands of people across north Wales unable to access a dentist. This includes children and has long-term implications for people's health.

We want to know what's happening to you and what you think about the dental service.

Please click here to complete our two-minute survey. The findings will be collated and will help inform our campaign to improve dental services in Wales. 

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Dentist survey - Arolwg deintyddion

Dental services across north Wales are in crisis - many dentists are closing their doors to NHS patients and even patients willing to pay privately are unable to access services. 

We want to hear about your experience with dentists locally. Plaid Cymru is conducting a short survey to assess how many people can currently access dental services across north Wales. Please share your experience, good and bad, so that we can improve that service for all.

Please click on the questionnaire here - https://www.llyrgruffydd.wales/dentists_deintyddion

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MS calls for action to tackle ‘irresponsible’ fly campers trashing North Wales’ beauty spots

An MS has called for action to tackle the scourge of “irresponsible” fly campers trashing beauty spots in North Wales. 

Llyr Gruffydd, who represents the region in the Senedd, has backed angry locals in Capel Curig and Beddgelert who are fed up of illegal campers leaving behind litter and human waste in their wake.

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Fresh thinking needed to overcome Betsi crisis - Plaid MS

In response to another critical report on the state of Ysbyty Glan Clwyd’s A&E department, Plaid Cymru’s North Wales MS Llyr Gruffydd said:

“It’s no surprise that there aren’t major improvements happening in our health service when existing staff are so over-stretched and the right package is not in place to retain and recruit new health professionals. The problem has intensified due to the pressures of the Covid pandemic but this is nothing new, I’m afraid. It’s not very helpful to have senior management apologising once again for the same old problems.

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Minister slammed for refusing to reverse ‘disastrous’ cuts to North Wales’ bus services

A minister has been slammed for the decision to impose “disastrous” cuts to bus services in North Wales.

Llyr Gruffydd, who represents the region in the Senedd, took aim at Lee Waters after the Deputy Minister for Climate Change defended the move.

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Armenian scientist calls on Senedd to condemn ‘war of terror’ waged against her people

An Armenian scientist has called on Senedd members to condemn the “war of terror” being waged against her people.

The call from Bangor-based Anna Cervi, who fears for friends and family caught up in the blockade of the Nagorno-Karabakh region, which has left 120,000 Armenians facing a humanitarian crisis, has been backed by North Wales MS Llyr Gruffydd.

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North Wales MS urges Denbighshire residents to watch out for the signs of kidney failure

Ross Evans, Managing Director of Kidney Wales and Llyr Gruffydd MS

A North Wales MS has urged residents in Denbighshire to watch out for the signs of kidney failure.

Plaid Cymru Senedd member Llyr Gruffydd has spoken out ahead of World Kidney Day on March 9.

Kidney disease has become increasingly common in recent years, in part due to demographic change with the population becoming older and living longer.

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