Labour/Plaid Government Control in Wales

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    The Labour/Plaid alliance have successfully got us placed bottom in both the NHS and Education league compared to the rest of the United Kingdom. Those who wish to see the back of the present Westminster Government might find that the obvious alternative no better! Unfortunately we all face a dilemma next year of who to vote for. Many think “none of them are any good “. All the parties will need to up their game if they are to entice the public to actually go out and cast their vote. Photo ID will be needed to vote in person, but not if you have a postal vote. Postal votes are the weakest link in our voting system, much more so than the person actually going to a polling Station and casting their vote. Political Parties should not be involved in handling/collecting any postal votes .



    Hi sorry to disappoint but we have current Welsh Labour Government in Wales until 2026 we are only voting for MP’s and Police and Crime Commissioner next year.
    The standards in Wales for Education and Health are hitting rock bottom but another 2 years of this appalling Government after 23 years in power is affecting all ages across our families.

    Has anyone ever heard anything from our County Borough MSs – Lesley Griffiths and Ken Skates about the appalling Health issues in the Maelor where patients are at risk on a daily basis. They clearly have an in tray with a too difficult to answer category!!

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