Tuesday, 29 July 2008

Tory plans for Welsh Office

Cheryl Gillan, the Shadow Welsh Secretary, recently revealed Tory plans for the Welsh Office. The Western Mail reported her saying she thought Wales needed a “loud voice”.

She said: “I think the role should exist and I would argue the case for it because I think Wales needs a strong voice at Cabinet level. If you’re suggesting they get rid of Gwynfor House and downgrade Wales in any way, I would be disappointed."


Miss Wagstaff 29 July 2008 at 13:35  


I thought she was quoted as saying 'Gwydyr House'.

Are you trying to tell us that she knows more about the Plaid-Labour coalition and its various deals than we do in Wales? :)

Anonymous 29 July 2008 at 14:30  

Bryn T has a loud voice - would he suffice :>)

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