Part I – For years I’ve been telling anyone who’ll listen that Wales will be independent before Scotland. I still think that’s true.
…but what game is Rhun ap Iorwerth playing?
Thousands are expected to converge on Wrexham this Saturday for the first Independence March for nearly three years.
(Cymraeg) Does dim swildod ar ein rhan wrth ddatgan ein cefnogaeth i’r polisi newydd am brydau bwyd am ddim i ddisgyblion ysgol sydd i’w gyflwyno gan Lafur a Plaid ar ddechrau mis Medi.
The Scottish Government is determined to pursue an independence referendum.
The geography of mid-Wales makes it difficult to travel north-south, but it is not impossible, and there are a number of disused railway lines in mid-Wales which could be reinstated to create a new north-south rail route.
(Cymraeg) Labour/Plaid’s plans to expand the Senedd look more like a plan to entrench their own interests.
(Cymraeg) Gyda gogwydd o bron i 40% oddi ar y Democratiaid Rhyddfrydol oedd yn dal y sedd, dyma oedd buddugoliaeth etholiadol cyntaf y blaid
As a party, we would favour reducing the existing 22 councils to around 6, but give these authorities genuine power over local matters,
Does anyone really think that Welsh Labour could have clung on to power here for a 100 years, if we had a real open society with citizens fully informed?