The Banana Eating Vote

The first person to be appointed 'Minister for Welsh Affairs', in 1951, was Sir David Maxwell Fyfe (later Viscount Kilmuir). For fairly obvious reasons, he was popularly known in Wales as 'Dai Bananas'.

Holding a vote on significant measures already introduced would likely make a mockery of any democracy. Read More

Attacking our Icons

Michael D. Jones, chief instigator of the Welsh settlement in Patagonia, and Saunders Lewis, founder of Plaid Cymru and impetus behind Cymdeithas yr Iaith Cymraeg.

What are we to make of it when people who have real significance for the Welsh national movement, whether there are statues of them or not, come under attack from the radical Left? Read More