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Jill Evans MEP
European Parliament 4F374
Wiertz-straat
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E: jill.evans@ep.europa.eu
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Jill Evans MEP
45 Gelligaled Road
Ystrad
Rhondda Cynon Taf
CF41 7RQ
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Jill Evans MEP
1b Stryd yr Eglwys
Llangefni
Anglesey
LL77 7DU
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22/05/18: Western Mail Country & Farming Column
We could not have wished for better weather for Wales Tourism Week, last week. The event is coordinated by the Wales Tourism Alliance, Visit Wales and partners in the industry. Tourism creates jobs and supports business across Wales. It is responsible for about 172,000 jobs - that’s one in seven jobs in the country. This number is expected to rise to 188,000 by 2020. .......... More.

18/05/18: Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans welcomes World Bee Day on 20th May
On 20th December, 2017 the United Nations General Assembly adopted by consensus a resolution declaring 20th May as World Bee Day. With a third of all food produced in the world depending on pollination, bees are vital for global food production and the planets ecosystem.......... More.

08/05/18: Daily Post Column
The US trade war has been put on hold for a month but Welsh steel workers need certainty and stability. The 25% tariff or tax on imports of steel to the USA would have a devastating impact on the steel industry in Wales. Steel produced at the Shotton works is sold all over the world, often used for skyscrapers............ More.

01/05/18: Western Mail Country & Farming Column
The European Parliament recently adopted a new organic farming regulation. The new rules will benefit farmers and consumers and guarantee food quality, animal health and environmental protection. The existing rules were seriously out of date, having been adopted in the 90s. The organic sector has grown hugely since then so new simplified rules were needed........... More.

23/04/18: Plaid MEP backs Minimum Income Campaign
Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans will on Tuesday 24 April attend the launch of the European Minimum Income Journey in Brussels. This pan European campaign in favour of introducing minimum basic income schemes in European countries kicks off in Brussels, and will then involve a bus tour across Europe.......... More.

10/04/18: Daily Post Column
Storm Emma ripped through Holyhead marina last month, destroying homes and property, leaving chaos in its wake. Broken fishing vessels littered the marina. Polystyrene pollution floated off into the Irish Sea. With less than one year until the UK leaves the European Union, a storm is fast approaching the shores of Wales and Ireland......... More.

28/03/18: 7 Basic Points To Understand The Current Situation in Catalonia
Short video by Carles Puigdemont calling for dialogue and a political, non-violent solution for the Catalan case........... More.

23/03/18: Plaid Cymru MEP calls for Wales to look to Europe for bold decision
At her party's Spring Conference in Llangollen, Jill Evans MEP spoke of how Europe had inspired her throughout her political career, and how it continues to do so. Speaking about how Wales could take inspiration from other European countries, such as Iceland and Finland........... More.

20/03/18: Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans proposes action to end language inequality in Europe
Jill Evans today presents her draft report on ‘Language equality in the digital age’ to the European Parliament’s Culture and Education Committee. The report identifies the issues facing minority and lesser-used languages in Europe. English is currently the most widely spoken language online, and many services are unavailable in all languages............ More.

20/03/18: Western Mail Country & Farming Column
Mother's Day and Palm Sunday gives us the opportunity to buy plenty of fresh flowers. We don't often think about where they come from. In fact, they come from all over the world and that has been possible through a close trading partnership with Europe............ More.

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