Mae ymgeisydd Plaid Cymru dros Ddwyrain Caerfyrddin a Dinefwr, Jonathan Edwards wedi amlinellu’r addewidion lleol y mae’n sefyll dros.Darllenwch fwy
I write this column after the debate the 2nd Reading of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill where MPs voted to support moving the legislation to the next stage of scrutiny, however defeated the British Government on their preferred timetable for scrutiny. In act of gross petulance, the Prime Minister has decided to pull the Bill as opposed to having a simple conversation with his opponents on the amount of time they believe will be required for scrutiny. Let’s hope commons sense prevails over the coming days.Darllenwch fwy
Why Number 10’s view of the UK-EU negotiations are misguided On Monday evening, The Spectator ran a story based on the insights of a Number 10 insider on the state of the UK-EU negotiations, and the strategy that the British Government would pursue in the event of a delay to leaving the European Union on the 31st October. It was an insightful and worrying read on the precarious state of UK politics and underlined the arrogant, blustering approach to post-Brexit foreign relations that Number 10 has frequently espoused yet failed to underpin in terms of continuity trade deals, foreign policy successes or steady alliances.Darllenwch fwy
Britain's economic inequality needs an Office for Fair fundingFor decades, successive British Governments – red and blue alike – have tinkered around the edges of a broken economic system that has made the British State the most unequal in northern Europe, with nine of the ten poorest regions as well as its richest within its borders.Darllenwch fwy
The Prime Minister Misled the Queen, He Should Resign Every week is a big week in politics these days, but this week’s unanimous decision by all 11 Judges of the Supreme Court to declare the decision of the British Government to suspend the House of Commons as unlawful will reverberate in history.Darllenwch fwy
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