With polls suggesting that Plaid Cymru could face losing its only European seat at the European Elections 2014, the party focused on reaching out to voters by saying that only they “stood up for the Welsh national interest.”
At the manifesto launch near Ammanford, Carmarthenshire – the party said that skilled migrants including doctors and university lecturers from other countries should be targeted to move to Wales. Their lead candidate, Jill Evans said 150,000 Welsh jobs depend on EU trade but that Wales could benefit further.
Other manifesto pledges included the creation of 50,000 Welsh jobs, improvement in public transport links, making Welsh an official EU language, and giving under-25 year olds a job or training guarantee if out of work for more than four months.View or download PDF
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Labour Party manifesto for the 2014 European Elections.
Welsh Labour manifesto for the 2016 Senedd Election.
Welsh Labour manifesto for the 2011 Assembly election.
Welsh Labour manifesto for the 2007 National Assembly election.