Leftfield 16.4.07

Posted: April 16, 2007 in Uncategorized
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Not too far from the National Assembly building in Cardiff there’s a cheeky sign outside a pub door.
“Wanted,” it says. “Traditional customers. Ask inside for details.”
On May 3, Wales goes to the polls to choose a new round of assembly members.
If Labour does badly, Rhodri Morgan won’t return as First Minister. If it does well, he will, but only until 2009.
Morgan, like Tony Blair, gave good notice of his departure.
But they see little else the same. Morgan is like that city pub. He has had his eye on the traditional customers…
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