Gwynedd council votes to back Welsh independence

Gwynedd County Council has become the first local authority in Wales to vote in favour of an independent Wales. There were 42 councillors in favour, with only four against, and five abstaining. The motion proposed by Porthmadog East Councillor Nia Jeffreys read: “We call upon the Council to call for […]

Today’s Senedd Roundup: Arguments over Autism Bill linger on

Owen Donovan, Senedd Home Arguments over Autism Bill linger on The Motion The Senedd: Notes the publication of the Evaluation of the Integrated Autism Service and the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Strategic Action Plan final report on the 1 April 2019 and further notes the written statement made by the Health […]

Gwynedd Council to vote on support for Welsh independence

Gwynedd is expected to become the first Welsh local authority to support independence when it votes on the matter on Thursday. Yesterday, Caerphilly Town Council became the first town council in the south of Wales to back taking full control back from Westminster to Wales. If Gwynedd County Council votes to […]

Call for Wales cricket team after England World Cup win

There have been calls for a Welsh Cricket Team to be established in time for the 2020 season, which begins in April next year. Wales is currently represented by the England and Wales Cricket Board but the team is known as ‘England’. Scotland and Ireland already have international cricket teams. […]