Wednesday, 13 June 2007

Blog Review 8

As you can imagine the movement on the Red-Green discussions has dominated much of the blogging done recently.

  • Betsan Powys discusses the feel in the plaid camp and the importance of the next 24 hours.
  • Blamerbell suggests that this could be a ploy to usher in the Rainbow, a notion backed by welsh ramblings.
  • Daily Post correspondent Tom Bodden notes that whilst Plaid has entered into formal coalition talks with Labour, the Rainbow is still on the table.
  • The blogger getting the scoops earlier than most, Vaughan Roderick, notes that Plaid will certainly be in Government sooner rather than later, the only question is with whom?
  • Adam Price MP looks at the possibility of Red-Green happening and an introspective view of his party.
  • Alun Cairns voices his unhappiness at a possible Plaid-Labour deal.
  • Bethan Jenkins AM states that it is important that all coalition options are fully explored.
  • Glyn Davies is Still Backing The Rainbow as is young conservative Alex Williams.
  • Martin Eaglestone announced his loyalty to Rhodri Morgan and any deal he proposes.
  • Guerrilla Welsh Fare looks at the implications for a Red-Green agreement for all parties.

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