Why was such a popular movement, which has grown so quickly over the past year, unable to engender more enthusiasm for this election?
Many voters conclude: “it’s only that tribe that can win here, so why bother to vote?’.
For me, there seems to be a unionist menace within the Indy movement at present, which uses a vocal anti-Tory pitch to sway people to vote for the Labour Party.
Their 22 years of failure in government and lack of any compelling vision for Wales’s future didn’t register at all with the voters.
(Cymraeg) ‘Rydan ni wedi gallu meithrin llawer o ymgeiswyr newydd di-brofiad, a fydd yn gaffaeliad mawr inni at y dyfodol’
If Plaid take Llanelli and Aberconwy, they’ll be unlikely to get a List seat in either the North or Mid & West Wales regions.
It’s just bizarre that an English commentator, living in the South East of England is so ahead of the curve on this issue
The BBC’s hyped-up leaders debate last night only showed what a poor excuse of a format it really is by now.
(Cymraeg) ‘Beddfaen Rhita Gawr’ ydi ystyr Yr Wyddfa – enw sy’n perthyn mewn modd eneidiol iawn i holl hanes a mytholeg y Cymry ar draws yr holl ganrifoedd.
An open letter has been sent to YesCymru asking the organization to declare parity of support for all Indy parties at the election.