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Welcome to the Welsh National Party

The Welsh National Party (WNP) is a grassroots political party that campaigns for individual, community and national sovereignty for Wales.

We work in communities across the country to tackle corruption, re-industrialise Wales for the 21st Century, to reach out to all those who have been let down and left behind by the Welsh political establishment and to deliver a united Wales.

To find out more about our values please read the WNP Statement.

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    Second Gwynedd Councillor joins the WNP

    Cllr Peter Read, who represents Abererch ward, has announced that he has joined the Welsh National Party. He becomes the second Gwynedd Councillor to do so, after Cllr Dylan Bullard joined the party in April. The WNP was formed at the beginning of this year and already boasts seven Councillors across three local authorities, as well as one member of the Senedd (Welsh Parliament).
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    Gwynedd Councillor Dylan Bullard joins the WNP

    A Gwynedd Councillor, who represents Pwllheli North ward on Gwynedd Council has announced he will sit as a WNP Councillor. Cllr Bullard becomes the latest elected official to join the party after Cllr Martyn Peters on Neath Port Talbot Council joined, as well as four Councillors in Wales’ capital city. Party leader, Neil McEvoy also sits in the National Assembly for Wales for the WNP.
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