Our aim is to gain independence for Wales, in order to improve the way our country is governed. We believe in an inclusive citizenship, which embraces and celebrates the fact that everyone who chooses to make Wales their home – regardless of their background – are full citizens of the new Wales.

Our group will promote independence for Wales through a range of activities, to make the case that Wales, like so many other nations throughout the world, would be better running its own affairs, as part of a wider European and international family. Our organisation is open to all who believe in independence for Wales.

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    25,000 for Welsh Independence

    WE SMASHED THE ORIGINAL TARGET OF 10,000...

    SO WE'VE SET A NEW TARGET!

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    We're building a mass movement of people who have taken the pledge to vote "Yes" in a referendum on Welsh independence.

    Will you be 1 of 25,000 people who have committed to vote for an independent Wales?

    If you're ready to say "yes" then take the pledge below. And please share your pledge with your friends.

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    Welsh Independence - Historic debate in the Senedd

    Responding to the historic debate in the Senedd (Welsh Parliament) calling for Wales to have the power to hold an independence referendum, the Chair of YesCymru - the campaign for an independent Wales - Siôn Jobbins said:

    “Life and politics in Wales is changing very quickly. Today sees the first ever debate on independence in the Senedd and the right of the Welsh Parliament to be able to decide on the future of Wales. 

    “The issue of an independent Wales is becoming more mainstream as people from different backgrounds see that the Welsh Parliament can do a better job of running Wales’ affairs than Westminster. 

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    English Independence Poll

    End of the Conservative and Unionist party? Tory supporters split on whether they want the union to continue according to shock new poll

    A third of people in England do not want the union of the United Kingdom to continue.

    With don't knows and those who refused to answer removed, polling has shown 35% of people in England now favour English independence.

    The poll carried out by YouGov on behalf of Yes Cymru showed Conservative supporters evenly split on the subject with 49% saying they support English independence to 51% who were opposed.

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    AUOB Cymru Wrexham March Postponed

    All Under One Banner Cymru (AUOB Cymru), the grassroots pressure group for Welsh independence, has announced that the march at Wrexham on Saturday 18 April 2020 has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    While this is a rapidly changing situation and there are a number of weeks until the planned march, AUOBCymru have taken the decision in order to give all those planning to attend as much warning as possible.

    Social distancing, which is recognised as a key measure in delaying the spread of the virus and reducing pressure on our Welsh NHS and other emergency services, means that the sensible decision is for the march planned for Wrexham to be postponed.

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    Huge growth in support for YesCymru and independence

    Speaking at YesCymru's AGM in Merthyr Tydfil today, YesCymru Chairman Siôn Jobbins said:

     

    "Thousands took to the streets in 2019 to declare their wish to see an independent Wales at AUOB Cymru marches - something that has never happened before - and discussing independence for Wales is now becoming an everyday and natural part of life and conversation for the people of Wales.

     

    "Former Welsh First Minister, Carwyn Jones, spoke at one of YesCymru’s public meetings at the National Eisteddfod, and a September 2019 YouGov poll showed that between 32%* and 41%* would vote for independence in a referendum depending on the question.

     

    “The number of YesCymru members has trebled since the last general meeting to around 2,500, and new groups have been set up all over Wales and are busy spreading the positive message of independence. There has also been tremendous growth on social media, with our Twitter followers doubling, from 10 thousand to 20 thousand, in a year. "

     

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