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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.

13/03/18: Plaid Cymru campaign for retaining EU citizenship receives another boost with speech in key European Parliament debate
"No one has the right to strip people of their citizenship against their will" – Jill Evans MEP. Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans has repeated her call for people to be able to retain their EU citizenship after the UK leaves the European Union. Jill Evans spoke in today's key debate in the European Parliament on Brexit, with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier......... More.

13/03/18: Daily Post Column
European Union citizenship is something that most of us have taken for granted. We can travel, work and study throughout the EU. We can go to live in another EU country. For me, European Union citizenship is an essential part of my identity and demonstrates a commitment to partnership and peace. I have always encouraged constituents to contact me with their concerns but I have been overwhelmed by the hundreds of emails over the past months from people distressed about losing their EU citizenship........ More.

20/02/18: Western Mail Country & Farming Column
"There will be uncertainty for a least a decade if Wales is forced to exit the European Union, particularly if that includes exiting the Single Market and Customs Union. There will be losses, including loss of a known support system for agriculture and fishing and of regulatory support for food safety and security........... More.

13/02/18: Daily Post Column
I am sure that many of you are alarmed at the predictions of the damage leaving the European Union will do to the Welsh economy. Wales benefits from EU membership more than any other part of the UK. We receive more back in funding than we pay in. The majority of our exports go to EU countries.......... More.

16/01/18: Western Mail Country & Farming Column
Three years ago I attended the climate change talks in Paris and called on the Welsh Government to formally approve the Paris agreement on Climate Change. The forests and woodlands that cover around 12% of Wales are crucial pockets of biodiversity which not only provide sanctuary for wildlife, but also protect health, education and jobs..... More.

09/01/18: Daily Post Column
Despite the uncertainty that lies ahead of us, I wish you a happy and peaceful New Year. As the negotiations continue this year, my New Year's resolution, as always, is to ensure that the interests of Wales are protected and promoted. ...... More.

19/12/17: Western Mail Country & Farming Column
It is very nearly Christmas, the time of year when we think about food more than ever! I hope everyone will try to shop local and support our fantastic food producers in Wales. Welsh produce has become more well-known and supported than ever before, with demand for quality local produce rising. I’m sure that many of us will be eating Welsh lamb or beef over the holidays, sprinkled with Halen Mon salt...... More.

13/12/17: Daily Post Column
One of the privileges of being an MEP is that I meet individuals and groups from across the country doing fantastic work for their communities and for other people. Last week in the European Parliament I met an impressive Welsh woman, Sara Pickard....... More.

28/11/17: Western Mail Country & Farming Column
This week, some 30,000 people will visit the Royal Welsh Winter Fair in Llanelwedd. It is another opportunity to showcase the excellent produce we have to offer in Wales and to discuss issues that are important to agriculture and rural Wales............ More.

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