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Jill Evans MEP
European Parliament 4F374
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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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20/11/18: Daily Post Column
There is only one possible subject I can write on this week! The Prime Minister managed to get the EU Withdrawal Agreement through the Cabinet last week which triggered yet more chaos and uncertainty. There is only one sensible way forward now and that is a Peopleís Vote, with the option of staying in the European Union.............. More.

11/10/18: Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans supports the campaign to keep Erasmus
#ErasmusDays will take place on 12 and 13 October 2018 in 33 European countries where around 500 events will be organised to celebrate the impact of Erasmus on generations of Europeans. ............. More.

09/10/18: Daily Post Column
Like most children at that time, I looked forward to Friday evenings and our family visit to the library. I could wander around the bookshelves for hours. I treasured my library cards and I have never lost that love of reading. There was similar anticipation when the weekly mobile library van came around, especially for older people who werenít able to travel to the library............... More.

06/10/18: Speech to Plaid Cymru Annual Conference, Cardigan
We heard Adam speaking passionately and powerfully yesterday about how we can win a new Wales by working together. I believe that is possible. I know that is possible. ........... More.

12/09/18: Greens/EFA MEPs to face Monsanto, Cheminova and the EU Food Safety Authority in Court
A public hearing will be held before the European Court of Justice in a case brought by 4 Greens/EFA MEPs against EFSA (the EU Food Safety Authority) for its refusal to provide the public with access to crucial studies regarding the impacts of glyphosate on human health. EFSA is supported in the court case by Monsanto and by Cheminova, whose lawyers will also speak at the hearing in Luxembourg. The hearing will take place on the 13th September at 14:30 and is open to anyone who wishes to attend... .............. More.

11/09/18: Victory for language equality in the European Parliament
The European Parliament has overwhelmingly endorsed a report by Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans which calls for action at the EU level to bridge the digital language divide. The report looks at the use of languages in digital technology and makes a number of recommendations for action by the European Commission.. .............. More.

11/09/18: Daily Post Column
The controversial vote on copyright on Wednesday 12 September in the European Parliament in Strasbourg could radically change the way we share information online. The copyright reform has the potential to introduce rules that ensure fair rewards for creators of artistic material. It also has the potential to undermine the fundamental rights of internet users. .............. More.

14/08/18: Daily Post Column
Language is crucial to the way we communicate with our family and friends, in the workplace and in our social life. It is also central to our identity. But as we use more and more digital technology the more we see a focus on some languages at the expense of others.............. More.

10/07/18: Daily Post Column
The hot weather has drawn people more than ever to our beautiful beaches. Dinas Dinlle, Llanddwyn and Porth Ceiriad are among the favourites but our whole coastline is something we treasure. We live in a beautiful country but that beauty can often hide serious crisis............. More.

20/06/18: Daily Post Column
Leaving the European Union would have a huge impact on our everyday lives, including language and culture. Up until now, it hasnít had much attention in the debate so here are some examples of how Wales is affected............. More.

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