WNP renamed Propel

The WNP will from now on be known as Propel, with the party returning to its original name. Continue reading

Plaid Council Leader joins Propel Wales

Cllr Tim Thomas has defected from Plaid Cymru and has joined Propel. Thomas, who represents the Ynysawdre ward on Bridgend County Borough Council, has announced that he has joined the Propel. Continue reading

PROPEL WALES CALL SPECIAL MEETING OF GWYNEDD COUNCIL OVER NAME CHANGES & SECOND HOMES

The Propel Group of councillors has called an extraordinary meeting of Gwynedd Council to take action over second homes in the county and changes to historic names. Continue reading

Propel Calls For Gyms To Become Essentials Services

Neil McEvoy. Leader of the Propel, is calling for gyms to be reclassified as essential service providers to assist people with mental health issues and to improve physical health. Continue reading

New figures reveal “shocking” increase in patient waiting times during pandemic

The Leader of the Propel Wales, Neil McEvoy MS, has called new patient waiting figures in Wales “shocking”. In a formal written response to Mr McEvoy, the Health Minister, Vaughan Gething, revealed that between March 2020 to the end of August patients waiting over 36 weeks for treatment in Wales had increased from 28,294 to 119,830, an increase of 324%. Continue reading

Presiding Officer refuses amendments on tackling racism

The Presiding Officer, Elin Jones, has deselected four amendments to a debate on tackling racism just hours before they were due to be debated on.The amendments called for race equality impact assessments to be updated, for a review on the implementation of the Lammy Review recommendations in Welsh prisons, to urge the UK Government to add a module on race and class to the Grenfell Tower inquiry and to note the racial discrimination experienced by those in Wales affected by the Windrush scandal, while calling on the UK Government to speed up compensation. Continue reading

Nuclear Mud Environmental Impact Assessment Must Be Independent

Following news that EDF has stated that they will carry out an Environmental Impact Assessment before carrying out any dumping of sediment from Hinkley Point nuclear power station, campaigners have expressed alarm at its lack of independence. Continue reading

Boxing Legend Steve Robinson Joins Propel Wales

Welsh boxing legend and former WBO Featherweight Champion, Steve Robinson, has joined Propel Wales.  Continue reading

Nuclear Mud Petition Soars Past 10K

780,000 tonnes of sediment from nuclear plant set to be dumped just one mile from Wales’ capital city. The controversial topic is now up for debate in the Welsh Parliament.  Continue reading

Increase property renaming fee to save Welsh place names

HAPPY DONKEY HILL. NAMELESS CWM. DIM DIOLCH. Two Propel members of Gwynedd Council and a Propel Porthmadog Town Councillor have launched a campaign for the property renaming fee in Gwynedd to be dramatically increased in order to protect Welsh place names. Councillors Peter Read, Dylan Bullard and Jason Humphries launched the campaign after the Labour Welsh Government voted against passing national legislation to protect historic Welsh place names. Continue reading