Welsh politics blog roundup #001
Sunday, December 03, 2006
I was going to call this feature 'CymBlogs' but I thought that would get referrals from google for all the wrong reasons. I've already had big breasts and anal sex on the site recently, and I wouldn't want this blog to become as smutty as its author. Anyway, onto the politics...
Leighton Andrews on Michael Grade - he's 'one of the most self-indulgent people in a self-indulgent industry.' [politics, of course, being a completely selfless business]
Peter Black caused a bit of a stir by backing Kirsty Williams for Welsh Lib Dem leader. There's no vacancy yet...
...but there is a gaping void in the place where David Davies and Mick Bates should have a brain. They decided to liven things up in the chamber this week by making rude gestures. Glyn Davies has more.
Alun Cairns gets confused over what a Welsh parliament could mean for England and for the Tories.
Huw Lewis writes about the decision to go ahead with a massive opencast project in his constituency, and tries to sweep it under the carpet. The problem for Huw is it'll take one hell of a carpet to disguise 10m tonnes of coal, dust, noise and pollution.
And Daniel Davies proves that you don't need to be able to spell to be a Welsh political journalist.
posted by Blamerbell @ 11:58 am,
- At 12:21 pm, Chris Doidge said...
Why would anyone search for "Cym" to find some dirty material on the internet. Not even Welsh people are that stupid.
- At 12:24 pm, Blamerbell said...
I suppose it's just the way we say it, which you lot can't pronounce for the life of you in any case.