Tuesday, 1 May 2007

Round and about Wales

The hypocrisy of Plaid and Labour was revealed when the Welsh Language Board said they need a grown up debate on the threat of English in-migration to Wales.

Apparently it is OK for the hordes of Polish and Somalian immigrants with no English to come in and drain the resources of Wales but not hard working English who bring money into the Country and contribute to Great Britain through their taxes. Read more here.

Elsewhere a secret Welsh Assembly Government Cabinet paper suggests keeping hundreds of millions of pounds of public money in reserve and unspent.

Last night Labour was accused of seeking to emulate John Redwood, the former Tory Welsh Secretary who infamously sent £100m of Welsh Office funds back to the Treasury in 1995. Read more here.

Finally, for once, UKIP had it right when Kevin Mahoney, 47, of Barry, who is standing for UKIP in the Vale of Glamorgan, said many people he spoke to were 'spitting' angry about the Cardiff Bay institution.

The engineering supervisor said: 'I don't find people on the doorstep have warmed to the Assembly. Most of them are spitting about it.'

Remember to Vote for a United Great Britain and vote for the British National Party on May 3rd - B.N.P. Day

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