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Education Minister and First Minister owe young people a “full and proper” apology say Plaid Cymru

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"This is a victory for the young people of Wales" says Plaid Cymru.

“This is a victory for the young people of Wales” says Plaid Cymru as Welsh Government announce MAJOR u-turn into A Level and GCSE grades debacle.

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Support for vulnerable in Arfon to continue as shielding officially ends.

Volunter-run schemes praised by local MP and MS during community visits.

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Plaid urges clarity not chaos before GCSE results day.

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Housing for local people continues to disappear in Gwynedd.

The housing leader at Plaid Cymru Gwynedd, Councillor Craig ab Iago, is concerned that Gwynedd houses are disappearing apace from local people’s ownership.

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Growing concerns about "flawed" system.

Siân Gwenllian MS calls for teachers assessments to be used.

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Free and independent appeals process is vital for A-level results fairness.

Siân Gwenllian says that no young person should suffer because of a flawed system.

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Don't put GCSE pupils through the same anxiety.

No more eleventh hour changes for students awaiting results says Plaid Cymru. 

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"Remember that you can appeal" says Siân Gwenllian MS.

Siân Gwenllian MS has today reminded pupils who are receiving their A level results that they can appeal the results.

 

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Time to repay our debt to local traders - MP and MS urges constituents to shop local.

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