Monthly Archives: March 2013

Saturday, 30th March, 2013.

A Step Towards Independence      Looks like Plaid Cymru – The Party of Wales – is about to attempt unilateral independence for a chunk of our land. Sir Fon – Anglesey – is the target for the attempt.   And Plaid … Continue reading

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Saturday, 23rd March, 2013.

As In Days Of Yore      Rarely, in these days since the working-class was brought to heel by being taught to forget who it is, do we hear of strike action. When Wales had large production-industries, the workers would take … Continue reading

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Saturday, 16th March, 2013.

Feeling Lucky?      Leanne Wood is a great “public-face” for Plaid Cymru.   She’s a bright lady, too.   But it looks as if she may be putting her job as AM on the line. Ms. Wood is going to stand in … Continue reading

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Saturday, 9th March, 2013.

Open Government?      The Chief Executive of Caerphilly Council seems to have had a pay-rise of £25,000 or thereabouts.   Wales’ Audit Office says that the rise was not lawful. There’s no record of how that rise was granted, because the … Continue reading

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Saturday, 2nd March, 2013.

Courting Rituals      Looks like the Lib-Dems are not just satisfied in being the Tories’ cohorts in Wasteminster.   Now, they’re trying to woo Plaid Cymru so that they can snuggle up to The Party of Wales after the next Welsh … Continue reading

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