Thursday, 14 June 2007

Blog Review 9

  • Tom Bodden talks about Peter Hain’s touting of a special conference for the Labour membership.
  • Vaughan Roderick looks at the importance of the Assembly and the possibility of winning a referendum vote.
  • Ceredig looks at who has come out of the negotiations looking the cleverest.
  • Guerrilla Welsh Fare notes that Plaid are the only party set to be in Government.
  • Gwe gives his views on the possibility of a grand coalition.
  • Normal mouth discussed the condition of Labour support for a referendum as part of any coalition deal.
  • Ordovicius says Red-Green will not happen.
  • Pontygwindy blames the Lib Dem National Executive for collapsing the rainbow.
  • Ted Jones suggests the Red-Green coalition is being pushed from the very top of the Labour ranks. He also looks at the implications of such a deal for Peter Hain following Rhodri Morgan’s backing of a Hain opponent in the deputy leadership contest.
  • Labour Mark claims that the polls are showing Labour are on the up against the Tories.

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