This is one of the most intriguing – and encouraging – developments since the onset of devolution.
There would be some who upon seeing such a result would determine abject failure, but there is more to this situation than meets the eye
It has been obvious to everyone for some time how little interest Welsh Labour has in the countryside
Telling the public in Wales that you now want to force people to vote at Senedd Elections in future seems to show an extraordinary tin ear to the current political mood here
Perhaps more by luck than judgement, Dŵr Cymru has ended up with a stable, sustainable business model
“Iacta Alea Est” cried Caesar in crossing the river to challenge his great rival Pompey on his way to eventual victory.
“There is not a shred of evidence that Gwlad has ever tended towards extreme right-wing ideas” he said.
It was a pleasant surprise to see the Tories coming up with a positive vision for Wales
The problem had been in place for many years