As we come towards the close of our first full year in existence as a party, political life in Wales is becoming more interesting than ever. While the red wall held for the time being in South Wales, there’s every reason to believe that the Labour Party’s long dominance over Welsh life is coming to an end and there’s everything to play for.
We recognize the democratic vote across all the Welsh constituencies three years ago was for Brexit, however as a nation we have not debated whether we want to be part of the EU as a sovereign power.
Centuries of subjugation under powerful neighbours has sapped the strength of the Welsh nation – but now is the time for change.
The primary purpose of Welsh agriculture is the production of food to the highest environmental and welfare standards, that’s the message from the UK’s newest political party campaigning for Welsh Independence, GWLAD GWLAD.
Education is critical to the economic and cultural well-being of any nation, but our economy has been poorly served by a system ill-adapted to the needs of industry, while the nation’s culture whilst our own heritage, customs and status have been neglected.
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.
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.
Former Welsh Secretary and Vale of Glamorgan MP Alun Cairns, who resigned over over claims he knew about a former aide’s role in the “sabotage” of a rape trial, failed to turn out for the climate election hustings organised at Barry – and in his place organisers put a stuffed penguin on his chair.
Terry Breverton is the author of over forty books on Welsh history, and has had a successful career in business and in academia. He now lives in Penarth. He has…