Is Plaid Cymru Llanelli in meltdown?

PARTY politics in Llanelli are certainly never dull. In the lead up to the 2017 General Election there was mud slinging galore on social media as Labour and Plaid Cymru battled it out. I well remember having letters posted through the door of my home suggesting I look at this or that person and these goings on, etc.

We stood...

Jack Sargeant wants lessons to be learned

The dust may have settled at the Welsh Assembly following some turbulent times when allegations of bullying were flying around the chamber like mosquitos plaguing the first minister Carwyn Jones. On Wednesday (Feb 7) The son of Carl Sargeant, Jack said: “We are still devastated by Dad's death. There are questions to be...

Waters wants to kill M4 relief road

ASSEMBLY members debated a motion (NDM6647) put forward by  Rhun ap Iorwerth (Ynys Môn) on Wednesday (Feb 7). The motion read;
To propose that the National Assembly for Wales: Resolves that the Welsh Government should not commit to financing the proposed M4 relief road without a meaningful vote on a...

UKIP Wales opposes Assembly expansion

Gareth Bennett: “A political scam to hoodwink the Welsh public into accepting more AMs by stealth”

Caroline Jones: “The reason for those failures is not because we don’t have enough politicians. It’s because we have a one-party state, an elected dictatorship—a Labour Government in power for too long, devoid...

”Make every daffodil count” pledges UKIP AM

NEIL Hamilton, AM for Mid & West Wales, and Leader of UKIP Wales, pledges to make ‘every daffodil count’ for Marie Curie this February. 

Mr Hamilton, has pledged to encourage constituents to donate and wear their iconic Marie Curie daffodil, throughout February and March to help the charity’s Nurses...

AM Highlights Women’s Suffrage Centenary Grants

Rebecca Evans AM, Assembly Member for Gower, is urging her constituents to embrace the opportunity to apply for grants from the Welsh Government under the Women’s Suffrage Centenary Grant Scheme.

Rebecca Evans said: “The Welsh Government is marking the 100th anniversary of the vote being extended to women by providing grants of...

First Minister apologises to Adam Price

THE First Minister Carwyn Jones has apologised to Adam Price AM for comments he made during the Plenary of January 30th when the first minister detailed emails and a phone call between Adam Price and the Hywel Dda University Health Board. It has subsequently been described as 'false information'.

Speaking at the Senedd today...