The race to plant more trees between the political parties is fatally flawed. The truth is that grassland can provide a more reliable carbon sink than woodlands and forests.
The people of Wales are constantly being sold short by the UK government, and now is the time to start pushing even harder for our independence. A new Welsh independence party is setting its sights on home rule for a brighter future.
Wales’ newest political party has a radical solution to poverty across the Nation – it wants there to be a guaranteed £11,500 state ‘salary’ for everyone of working age in the country which will be paid to them whether they are in work or not.
“Westminster has no interest at all in mid-Wales. Only in an independent Wales can the interests of Montgomeryshire be properly protected,” GWLAD GWLAD leader Gwyn Evans told farmers at his first hustings at Welshpool.
A brand new all Wales political party is fielding candidates in key constituencies in next month’s general election – fighting for the future of an independent Wales.
A new pro-independence party for Wales – GWLAD, GWLAD is contesting the Bro Ddyfi area in the General Election on December 12.
Algorithms and BBC bureaucracy mean that new political parties are missing out on publicity from the UK’s national broadcaster, severely reducing the opportunity to connect with the public.
Worse still, sloppy journalism is robbing Wales’ newest party – GWLAD GWLAD – of votes. Independence is the mantra for the fledgling party, but a flagship television election programme denied the existence of any such entity.