After support for her party fell despite an extra Westminster seat, Leanne Wood tells Plaid's conference it's time to reconnect with voters.Read the full story ›
At Plaid Cymru's conference in Caernarfon, leader Leanne Wood will warn that Wales risks having no plan to cope if there's no Brexit deal.Read the full story ›
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A deal to protect a homelessness programme from budget cuts has been struck between Plaid and the Welsh Government.Read the full story ›
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There's a recount underway in Ceredigion, where Plaid Cymru have been narrowly ahead. If the recount confirms that result, it will mean that despite a slump in support in much of Wales, Plaid will have increased its number of MPs from three to four. The Liberal Democrats would be left with no Welsh MPs. The Lib Dems and their predecessors have always had Welsh representation at Westminster since the Victorian era.
Lib Dems could lose their only Welsh seat. Another recount has been called in Ceredigion. Plaid Cymru say they're 150 votes ahead.
Plaid Cymru say they’ve won Arfon by 103 votes. Labour calling for a recount.
Another Plaid Cymru source tells me they’re not expecting to make any gains tonight. ‘We’ve been totally squeezed.‘
- Plaid Cymru 14
- Independents 13
- Labour 2
- Liberal Democrats 1
Plaid Cymru gained two seats to be left just short of overall control. Whether the party gains the leadership of Anglesey council will depend on whether it can win over any of the independents, most of whom did a deal with Labour last time.