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This is the wrong levy at the wrong time. It is clear evidence of how out of touch the tired Labour establishment in Cardiff Bay has become.
Whilst we can still hope for a great tournament on the pitch, it’s perhaps worth reflecting on our relationship with the Gulf state – and the wider ramifications of the tournament.
Also: watch as those who studiously ignored Trimble over the Protocol neuter his memory to canonise him in death.
Also: devolved administrations cling tight to Covid powers; Lewis raises prospect of prosecuting terrorists; SNP retreat from pension lie.
The Unionists from Northern Ireland have more MPs, but nobody seems to be canvassing their views on Johnson’s future.
Geographical and demographic differences make it impossible to decide who ‘won’ the battle with Coronavirus.
I am very pleased that the Treasury has refused to finance Mark Drakeford’s anti-science socialist agenda.
‘I think they have not done what the science would’ve told them they should do’, he adds about the UK government.
Any solution to the divide between authority to order lockdowns and responsibility for paying for it must mean more accountability, not less.
Also: Drakeford strikes a deal with the Welsh Nationalists in Cardiff Bay; Sturgeon insists she’s going nowhere.
When the rules are set in Cardiff Bay and the tab is picked up in London, there are lots of cracks to fall through.
Whilst the leadership talks up 16 MSs, activists are angry about missing so many target seats and failing to mobilise the 2019 vote.
In 2007, it almost looked like the a plausible anti-Labour alternative for Wales. But things are very different today.
Drakeford insists that “the United Kingdom has to be fundamentally reformed if it is to survive”.
A quarter-century of socialist rule has given the UK Opposition nothing to write home about, and Welsh voters much to regret.