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A TALE OF TWO PARTIES | POLITICS FEATURE

A TALE OF TWO PARTIES | POLITICS FEATURE

Labour is the most successful political party in modern Welsh politics, winning the largest share of the vote at every General Election since 1922. However, after Wales voted for Brexit, it was expected that the Conservatives would make great gains during this year’s snap election. Contrary to predictions, Labour achieved a stellar result – they took back Gower, Cardiff North and Vale of Clwyd […]

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CORBYN WAVES THE RED FLAG IN MERTHYR | POLITICS FEATURE

CORBYN WAVES THE RED FLAG IN MERTHYR | POLITICS FEATURE

Organisers of the non-profit organisation Merthyr Rising received a throng of hundreds sporting red shirts on 5th August (after being rescheduled from the 4th), as people came from far and wide to see and hear Jeremy Corbyn speak to the public about his restless policies, his strong ambitions for the party and his long-standing respect for Kier […]

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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WALES ELECTION 2016 | POLITICS FEATURE

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WALES ELECTION 2016 | POLITICS FEATURE

2016 marks the fifth election for seats in the National Assembly for Wales and it looks to be an interesting contest. Labour, Plaid Cymru, the Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats, the Greens and UKIP battle it out to win their share of the 60 seats in the Senedd. Each registered voter is asked to vote twice: […]

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FARAGE WINS A WELSH AFFAIR? | POLITICS FEATURE

FARAGE WINS A WELSH AFFAIR? | POLITICS FEATURE

Like a cowboy keen to get off his high horse before he hit the infamous Port Talbot traffic on the M4, Nige strode into town…and even if there wasn’t a goldrush, there was a still a certain amount of interest generated in his magnificent generalisms. I’m pretty sure it’s possible to state that Farage puts the […]