Friday, 25 January 2008

Sights you don't see in the Senedd

Part 1:

Members of Berlusconi's coalition cracked open champagne in the Senate to celebrate Mr Prodi's defeat and the flamboyant former prime minister announced a surprise party at his house in Rome.


Anonymous 25 January 2008 at 16:22  

you're right .. they'd be chucked out for bringing alcohol into the Siambr!

pity - place could do with some oomph!

Anonymous 25 January 2008 at 16:27  

At least they're allowed to drink alcohol down the bay. They tried to ban it in Cathays Park. Miserable sods!

Miss Wagstaff 25 January 2008 at 16:52  

I think there'll be a few AMs smuggling a bottle of Champagne into the Senedd if this coalition between Labour and Plaid collapses.

Plaid held their 'celebration' just outside the Siambr during their first plenary session in government.

Senedd Whip 25 January 2008 at 18:56  

On second glance it looks like a scene from tv's Rome.

Anonymous 26 January 2008 at 21:07  

I thought that they'd killed Siambr because he had Bovine TB.

Have I missed something?

Anonymous 26 January 2008 at 21:36  

Siambr is Shambo's Welsh-speaking cousin.

Anonymous 27 January 2008 at 12:41  

Yeh the Assembly could do with livening up .... as could the soporific world of Welsh blogging.

Miss Wagstaff 27 January 2008 at 13:18  

"soporific world of Welsh blogging"


Valleys Mam 27 January 2008 at 14:12  

you can only comment on events and people in those events.
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