Thursday, 28 June 2007

Blog Review 17

There is obviously a lot of reaction to the Labour-Plaid announcement yesterday as well as the departure of Tony Blair.

  • Betsan Powys looked at the handshake and its implications.
  • Vaughan Roderick notes the battle to come between Labour at the Assembly and Labour at Westminster.
  • Alun Cairns suggests the Red-Green deal is positive despite missing out on Tory Ministers.
  • Adam Price states why he couldn’t give Blair a standing ovation.
  • Peter Black claims the Lib Dems are far from down and out.
  • Glyn Davies says becoming the official opposition is not much of a consolation and berates the leadership of Mike German.
  • Cascittini gives his views on the changes in London and Cardiff.
  • Glamorganshire blogs about the need to reorganise the cabinet.
  • Guerrilla Welsh Fare looks at the candidates to enter the cabinet from Plaid. More on this by Ordovicius.
  • Gwe looks at the implications if Welsh Labour failing to deliver a deal.
  • Independent Wales gives some cleaver sporting comparisons to the political parties.
  • Normal Mouth gives the statistical impact Blair has had on Wales.
  • Ted Jones posts the One Wales document.

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