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Thursday, 30 June 2016

Breaking Blog

I've decided to take a break from blogging, though I'll dip in and out if there are any major stories.

Senedd Watch - June 2016

  • Plaid Cymru warned Welsh produce could lose its geographically protected status if the UK voted to leave the EU. Simon Thomas AM (Plaid, Mid & West Wales) said, “These special designations mean....producers don't have to compete with cheap imitations.” Leave campaigners said the UK could “strike a new deal”.

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Senedd Debates Brexit

(Pic : Wales Online)

I won't be covering First Minister's Questions this week – even though the business of government and legislature goes on – instead choosing to cover the National Assembly's response to the EU referendum result.

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

FMQs : Taxes, Jinxes & Jobs

This is the last FMQs before the EU referendum but, as usual, there were a wide variety of topics up for discussion.

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

FMQs : EU, Opencast & Orlando

Another week, another edition of First Minister's Questions with a wide range of topics from farming to planning and the Welsh language.

Wednesday, 8 June 2016

FMQs : Liz, Class Sizes & Court Closures

Time for another account of the weekly "theatre" of First Minister's Questions. This time the topics include : smaller class sizes, the EU referendum, court closures....and Wales at Euro 2016.

Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Only Jac's the Bad Man?

In what's becoming an all too regular development, another
legal notice has been issued to a Welsh blogger for defamation.
(Pic : via Jac o' the North)

It was somewhat inevitable, but Royston Jones's Jac o' the North blog – easily the most popular blog and investigative news site in Wales - has finally come to the attention of solicitors; more from the ever eloquent Y Cneifiwr.