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Election 2017: Plaid Standing Strong

The second part of our analysis on the 2017 General Election. Please see post text before complaining about bias.

So a lot of you may not be aware of what Plaid Cymru stands for, how they do in elections or why you’ve never seen them before, but bare with me. 364 more words

Election: May misses leader debate to heal the sick and minister to the needy

Theresa May announced this morning that her decision not to attend last night’s televised debate between party leaders was “absolutely not down to abject terror” and was purely because she was “busy ministering to the sick and needy”. 359 more words

Society

Leaders debate: How they did, and how Theresa May did not

by Martin Odoni

The televised leaders debate last night was too chaotic and cluttered again, and it often got to the point that the opposing participants were talking over each other so much that no one could be heard. 2,330 more words

Features

BBC Leaders Debate. The Good, The Bad, and the “Can I finish please?”

DING! DING! DING! its round 2. Or 3. Or 4 depending who you care about. I resumed my position from the other night- curled up on my bed, still nursing a hangover, munching on Shreddies and hoping to see someone throw another metaphorical right hook over at Amber Rudd. 1,540 more words

Politics

Five stupid remarks from Paul Nuttall. Five responses

by Martin Odoni

So. The ITV leaders’ debate. I found the absence of Theresa May from it was rather a redeeming quality, as the leaders who did speak were comparatively less android-like, and she would have ruined that with her mechanical repetitions of ‘Strong & Stable’. 1,196 more words

Features

UK Voters - Leaders' Debate 'Had Everything. Except Leaders. And Debate'

The course of the general election was turned upside down last night during an epoch-making televised Leaders’ Debate featuring no one with the slightest chance of ever becoming prime minister. 213 more words

News

Wood warns about the future of Wales

Wood warns about the future of Wales

Leader of Plaid Cymru claimed her concerns about current situation in Wales including English nationalism, during Wednesday’s election campaign in local pub Skerries located in Bangor, North Wales. 632 more words

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