Thursday, 16 July 2009

Edwina Hart giving an interview (tick). Edwina Hart for First Minister (?)

Those of you that were watching BBC Wales' Dragon's Eye politics programme this evening experienced a rare treat - Edwina Hart, Assembly Member for Gower, and Minister for Health in Rhodri Morgan's Labour-led One Wales Government, giving an interview.


Edwina is a politician that likes, you could even say loves, getting stuck into any portfolio she's given, and with mixed success. It's hardly a Wales-wide secret that she loathes giving interviews. You could even say that she avoids them like the plague, or even an awkward announcement on health policy in South Wales. Sadly, she doesn't even prefer standing at the 'ministerial bench', and prefers to sit and read aloud notes during a plenary session.

Could it be that she's actually seriously considering standing for the Labour leadership?

Is Edwina pondering?

2 comments:

Anonymous 16 July 2009 at 23:31  

Her role is to keep the other two guessing.

Anonymous 17 July 2009 at 09:01  

The minister is toying with us. She'll never run for leader in a million years as she doesn't like being centre of attention for too long. It's definately Carwyn Jones or Huw Lewis.

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