Plaid's Shadow Minister for the Economy, Rhun ap Iorwerth says the joint declaration to stick with the current funding formula is part of an eleventh hour panic by UK party leaders that puts Wales at a huge disadvantage. He claims it raises questions about what influence First Minister Carwyn Jones has with the Labour party at UK level.
Plaid Cymru has warned of a "grim" outcome for Scotland if it votes against independence next month and insisted that if the Scots leave the UK, Wales can benefit. The party has seized on polling evidence that the English want Scots to stop benefitting from public spending above the UK average.
The same poll showed that the Welsh agree with the English on this issue, although there's little support in either Wales or England for Scottish independence. Plaid is supporting the campaign by its SNP sister party for a 'yes' vote next month.
Plaid Cymru's Shadow Transport Spokesman, Rhun ap Iorwerth says he believes that todays decision is a costly mistake. He believes that there will be a 15 year wait for the project to be delivered when an alternative route could have been completed a decade sooner.
With the campaigning over, three of the candidates in the Ynys Môn by-election are snapped chatting. Labour's Tal Michael, the Conservative Neil Fairlamb and Plaid Cymru's Rhun ap Iorwerth are at the count in Llangefni