plaid


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Synonyms for plaid

a cloth having a crisscross design

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In the 2017 manifesto policy document "Defending Wales", published before the general election of that year, Plaid appears to have accepted Brexit.
Adam explained that Plaid supports stopping Brexit because they have not changed their policy.
Earlier this week the South Wales Central AM was excluded from Plaid for 18 months after a panel decided he had brought the party into disrepute.
The as-yet-unnamed new group will be launched on Saturday in Llangollen, where Plaid will be holding its Spring conference.
Whether it's great gingham, herringbone or the classic tartan, plaid has been around for ages; and it looks like it's here to stay.
Disaffected members of Plaid Cymru at a public meeting in Porthmadog four or five years ago hurriedly formed another Welsh party, Llais Gwynedd, to contest as many wards as possible with the objective of capturing enough Plaid Cymru seats to prevent them implementing their outrageous closure policies, and the curtailment of services adversely affecting the poorest and most needy in the county''s smaller rural communities, chiefly in Meirionnydd and Dwyfor.
The key to updating plaid and creating a fresh and modern look is with a bright accent colour.
And August means it's time to announce that Plaid Cymru is involved in an internal party hoo-ha, these days based more on ideology than personality.
Yes the term is plaid if you reside in North America, but it is tartan if you are in Scotland or Europe.
Neil beat Leanne on the Plaid members first constitutional vote for the South Wales Central regional list nomination.
Mr McEvoy was expelled from Plaid's Assembly group a week ago after AMs said there had been a major breakdown of trust and they could not envisage a future situation in which they could work with him.