Monthly Archives: July 2015

Apology

Sorry, folks:  for technical reasons – lost files – my Weekend Wales Watch won’t be published for a couple oof weeks. Just when I wanted to mention that the only Lib-Dem MP in Wales was left out of the party’s … Continue reading

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Saturday, 25th July, 2015

Reasons And Excuses      No, I’m not going to launch into a tirade about the oft-uselessness of politicians in general!   What I have to say is a little closer to home. I’ve been accused – quite often it seems – … Continue reading

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Saturday, 18th July, 2015.

Decisions, Decisions      I hear that George Osborne, Wasteminster’s Chancellor, has told us that there’s a “really strong” case for electrifying railway lines in North Wales. Look:  there’ve been such programmes going on in South Wales for a while now.   … Continue reading

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Saturday, 11th July, 2015.

Still Under Threat?      I pass through many parts of Wales, and each part has a special magic brought about, I reckon, by the magic of Wales.   Each area, it seems, has its own, individual community culture, and there’s … Continue reading

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Saturday, 4th July, 2015

Common Knowledge      As I travel about this special land of ours, I hear lots of The People of Wales asking why, in the Wasteminster Parliament, are English MPs allowed to vote on matters concerning only other parts of the … Continue reading

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