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Wales should be world’s first ‘nation of sanctuary’ for refugees and asylum seekers

Wales should be the world’s first ‘nation of sanctuary’ for refugees and asylum seekers, according to a National Assembly for Wales committee of which sian Gwenllian, arfon AM is a member. 

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Bangor Medical School Report

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New report highlights case for Medical School in Bangor

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A new medical school is a must if Wales is to tackle the acute shortage of doctors facing the country, according to a new report.

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Bring a Medical School to Bangor, say Arfon AM and MP

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The absence of a medical school in North Wales is a matter of social inequality, according to Arfon's AM and MP.

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Renewed calls to speed-up North Wales main line electrification

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Renewed calls have been made by local politicians and academic leaders for the Westminster Government to set a firm date for the electrification of the North Wales Main Line between Holyhead and Crewe.

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New A&E Department for Ysbyty Gwynedd

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Arfon AM Sian Gwenllian has welcomed the news that at long last Ysbyty Gwynedd is to get a new emergency department.  See announcement by Welsh Government below.

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Plaid Arfon promotes local artists

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Since re-opening their Bangor office following fire damage, Siân Gwenllian AM and Hywel Williams MP have included an exhibition area in their newly-refurbished office in order to promote the work of local art students.

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Glyn Rhonwy Hydro Electric scheme

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Hywel Williams MP said,

“I welcome the approval of the Glyn Rhonwy Pumped Storage Scheme in Llanberis. This scheme will be the UK’s first new grid-scale power storage facility in more than 30 years and is a welcome investment in Llanberis.”

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Further welfare reforms will plunge vulnerable people into social isolation warns MP

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Hywel joins rally outside Parliament to voice local opposition to disability cuts.

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Student on course for a First at Bangor facing deportation weeks before exams

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MP SLAMS HEARTLESS HOME OFFICE FOR CONDEMNING YOUNG STUDENT TO UNCERTAIN FUTURE.

Plaid Cymru Member of Parliament for Arfon, Hywel Williams says the Home Office is showing heartless indifference to the plight of one of his constituents, who faces being deported to Sri Lanka, three months before completing her Electrical Engineering degree at Bangor University, for which she’s expected to receive 1st class honours.

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