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  • "
    The People's Republic of Newp wrote:
    Monmouthshire Merlin wrote:
    pwlldu wrote:
    The Welsh assembly is not to blame but the party in charge. Nobody blames the westminster but the party in government be it Tory or Labour.
    You are wrong again Mr Nutt. The assembly is to blame. It's mere existence has cost the people of Wales dearly. Billions wasted on bureaucracy, instead of Education, NHS, Social Services.
    Tell me what the assembly has given the people of Wales that we didn't have under the Welsh Office???
    The assembly is an excuse for jobs for the boys and the boyo nationalists!
    It will be very interesting to say what Wales says in the forthcoming european elections. Good bye Plaid or you may prefer Hwyl Fawr Plaid!
    Billions on bureaucracy? Really, or a spot of hyperbole? I'm going for the latter, especially given Welsh Government received a total of £14.528bn in 2012-13 to operate all devolved services.

    As for jobs for the 'boyos' and 'Welsh nationalists', the employee base is much like any other in south Wales. Broadly young, multicultural and with only a marked minority who conduct themselves in Welsh.

    Your 'facts' are as mythical as your soubriquet.
    Just to assist your ignorance. The Monmouthshire Merlin was the Argus of its day. For your help and education it reported the Chartist Insurrection."
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Make us equal

First published in Letters

IF SCOTLAND votes Yes that’s the end of the British state. If they vote No, they could end up with devolution-max, with only defence and foreign affairs reserved here to Westminster.

Are you seriously saying that the people of Wales are going to be content with a settlement that doesn’t even take us up to where Scotland is now?

Andrew Nutt Heolddu Road Bargoed

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