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Press Releases   •   Dec 11, 2012 16:53 GMT

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The Party of Wales responds to NHS waiting time figures

News   •   Sep 29, 2012 14:11 BST

Commenting on the publication of the NHS Referral to treatment waiting times figures, which reveal that in neither the 26 nor 36 week targets were met on an all-Wales basis in July 2012, Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Minister for Health Elin Jones:

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Wales’ resources must be controlled by Welsh government, says Leanne Wood

Press Releases   •   Aug 16, 2012 17:26 BST

Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has stressed the importance of Wales’ resources being controlled by a Welsh Government as it was revealed the Crown Estate more than doubled its surplus.

The Crown Estate saw its surplus in Wales rise from £2.5m in 2010-11 to £6.5m in the last financial year in the wake of its purchase of the Morfa shopping park in Swansea for £80m.

Leanne Wood said: “Plaid believes that Wales’ natural resources, should be owned by the Welsh Government, answerable to the people of Wales and profits should go into Welsh coffers, not the Treasury’s.

“The new single environment body for Wales has the remit to look after the nation’s natural resources and this seems a perfect opportunity to take responsibility for Crown Estate land in Wales.

“The Crown Estate’s report on Wales also gives details of its purchase of the Morfa shopping park. People are entitled to question what is the purpose of its very privileged position if it is going to buy shopping centres? This is hardly the preservation of a natural heritage.

“They are a glorified quango, and since both the Labour government in Wales and the Coalition government in London have abolished quangos, it would seem consistent with their philosophy if they abolished this one.

Figures in the Crown Estate’s annual report show Christopher Bourchier, Director of the Rural Estate, earned between £600,000 and £665,000. This included a salary of between £145,000 and £150,000, a bonus of £30,000-£35,000 and as he will leave the Crown Estate in October 2012, £487,963 as compensation for loss of office in line with his contract.

Leanne Wood said: “I have said it before that high pay in the public sector needs to be tackled at a time when lower-paid public servants are losing their jobs.. Many people will be staggered by nearly £500,000 pay-out to Mr Bouchier as compensation for loss of office. That package is more than 21 times the UK median salary of all employees.”

The Crown Estate is also set for a multi-million pound windfall in the future from the development of wind farms on Crown land and on the sea-bed around Wales.

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Links to Crown Estate reports:

http://www.thecrownestate.co.uk/media/306352/Wales%20highlights%202012.pdf

http://www.thecrownestate.co.uk/media/306356/annual_report_and_accounts_2012.pdf

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Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has stressed the importance of Wales’ resources being controlled by a Welsh Government as it was revealed the Crown Estate more than doubled its surplus. The Crown Estate saw its surplus in Wales rise from £2.5m in 2010-11 to £6.5m in the last financial year in the wake of its purchase of the Morfa shopping park in Swansea for £80m.

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About Plaid Cymru

Plaid Cymru wants to build a nation that thrives and prospers as a result of its own strong and sustainable economy with excellent schools and first-class healthcare. A Wales that can provide a better standard of living for all through hard work, a commitment to equality, fair play and a sense of ambition for family, for community and for the nation. Wales at its best.

After all, our nation has always paid its way. The people of Wales have given their young people to industry, their lives to the army, their talents to the British economy.

We believe that Wales should not be denied her potential and that it is in the interests of all who live in Wales to live in a country that has the self-respect to run its own affairs and control its resources.

We want to make it easier for you to work and earn a decent wage – and we know that providing high quality, affordable childcare and reliable public transport would be a good start. We want the best for every child; that each and every one has the opportunity to reach his or her potential by making sure that our schools are funded properly and that our teachers are expected to inspire.

We don't want you to have to worry about waiting for treatment if you're ill or for an ambulance in an emergency – we want our NHS to be organised in such a way that it serves the needs of our communities properly. If you care for a loved one you shouldn't have to do so without support – we value what you do and we want to make life easier for you.

For our entrepreneurs – achieving success is in your hands – but we can help by making sure that you have the right infrastructure, broadband and transport links, to make your business work.

We, like you, are proud of our two languages and we believe that you, your children or your grandchildren should have the opportunity to speak Welsh whether you're in school, at home, in work or during your own precious spare time.

It's not right if you have to live in fear of crime – you should be able to feel safe in your own home and in your community. We think that the Assembly rather than Westminster should decide how to police our streets and we believe that more should be done to stop people from becoming involved in crime in the first place.

We want to be proud of our town centres so that popping to the shop is more of a pleasure and less of a chore. Whether it's going to the library, supporting the local rugby club or taking the kids to their swimming lessons – we believe in supporting the community and leisure facilities which so enrich our lives.

And sometimes we look but we don't see the beautiful country in which we live – our parks, our mountains, beaches and castles – we may take them for granted but like you we want to protect them for future generations to enjoy and explore."

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