Disgusted of Llandrindod Wells


Disgusted is back: what you’ve missed
16/12/2009, 6:16 pm
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Hello you rock ‘n’ rollers!

Disgusted is back – and more disgusted than ever. Naturally.

So what insights have you missed?

  1. Carwyn Jones is Our New Dear Leader (Sincere condolences for your mother, Mr Jones).
  2. Carwyn unveils his new cabinet, or maybe it’s more a Welsh dresser (like Eleanor Burnham).
  3. Mohammad Asghar becomes a Welsh Conservative. Plaid has sour grapes. Twice. All faithfully reported cut & pasted by Martin Shipton.
  4. Peter Black tries to tar both Plaid and the Tories. He can only dream about Welsh Lib Dem gaining more than the six seats his party has been stuck on since 1999.
  5. Meanwhile Wales’ awful unemployment figures continue. One can only marvel that WAG seems to think ILO unemployment is a dodgy measure of unemployment. It’s a bit like when WAG decided that the internationally-recognised GVA measures weren’t going to be used because they exposed WAG’s pisspoor economic development policies.
  6. Then today Plaid get on their high horses about Martyn Jones MP’s absolute howler, where he called for, err, free prescriptions in Wales (a few years too late). Plaid took the piss about the cut and paste job, with their own cut and paste job (thanks to Betsan Powys) –

Plaid MP Hywel Williams responds like this:

“Oh dear, it appears that someone has not been paying very much attention. I’d be the last to suggest that, in the Christmas rush, he may have put his name to a ready made press release but it is rather an embarrassing oversight!

“On a positive note, I am glad to see him supporting a policy that the Plaid driven One-Wales government is rightly very proud of – and something that he feels Gordon Brown is playing catch up with Welsh policy over.”

While Plaid AM Janet Ryder responds like this:

“It appears that the MP has not been paying very much attention to what is actually happening in Clwyd South. I’d be the last to suggest that, in the Christmas rush, he may have put his name to a ready made press release but it is rather an embarrassing oversight!

“On a positive note, I am glad to see him supporting a policy that the Plaid driven One-Wales government is rightly very proud of and something that he feels Gordon Brown is playing catch up with Welsh policies. Next year voters will get a chance to vote for someone who will put the people of the area first and not lose touch.”

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great to see you back I too am disgusted at the lack of good information from the stats people at WAG
Who does their spin I wonder

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