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(English) Paying Our Debts

(English) One of the common arguments used against Welsh Independence is that we could not afford to pay our share of the very large UK National Debt.

But if this share is properly calculated according to international norms, an independent Wales would be due a hefty cash rebate from the UK government making the remaining debt payments much more manageable. Darllen Mwy

(English) Time for change in Cardiff – boosting the powerhouse economy to bring more real jobs and prosperity for all

(English) Cardiff is full of hard-working, innovative and resourceful people and a thriving powerhouse of new ideas and innovation, that’s the message from Wales’ newest political party.

“But while the city is thriving, with growing economic activity, many people deserve better housing, better wages and less drugs and fewer beggars on the street,” says Dr Sian Caiach, chairman of independence party GWLAD GWLAD. Darllen Mwy

(English) Here’s health – to a radical new independent healthcare service for the people of Wales

(English) The Welsh Assembly has never got a “handle” on the Welsh health service and in its early years wrongly assumed that health education and healthier lifestyles would compensate for poor NHS provision and poor management.

That’s the message from Dr Sian Caiach, health spokesman for Wales’ newest political party GWLAD, which is committed to universal healthcare. Darllen Mwy