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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Colonel Cardiffi, 13 Mar 2019.
Hell find some way of getting those on low income and the elderly to pay for it. NQAT.
Amazing that this "front runner" Tory Leader, therefore potential PM is being held back from interviews / speaking / answering questions so far because it's accepted that he is such a gaffe-prone buffoon so that they don't want him to implode before he is potentially foisted upon us.
Presumably he will then be free to be a bumbled*ck.
What the actual, actual f*CK?
I'd guess he is not a long term choice. Possibly a 'dirty job' man.
Survival of Tory Party is being given priority over doing the best for the UK IMO.
He wont be.
The people behind the scenes will make sure of it because they know he'll be a disaster.
I can see your point about overtaking labour for the first time gareth but the reality is the newly formed six week old brexit party out performed both plaid and labour so all i am saying is if there is this big desire for independence then the welsh public have a pretty strange way of showing it. I will say it again this was their opportunity to turn out in droves but with a 37% turnout across wales i find that disappointing and that apathy about politics was the overall winner
Well the Welsh independence movement is growing at an unprecedented rate and the march was far from piss-poorly attended.
Every movement starts somewhere and the success of the Brexit party in Wales at the EU elections doesn't mean that there isn't a desire for Welsh independence either, the two things aren't mutually exclusive.
Every financial argument put forward by the indies is to replace English money with EU money ,so yes it is mutually exclusive.
I would like to agree, but we know that anything can actually happen these days.