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    Owain Glyndwr looks like your photos is a bit of false news as it was not taken in Wrexham when King Charles was her last week. Was this taken in Cardiff in the summer?


    Owain Glyndwr

    Lets settle this cariad.
    Charles is the King of ENGLAND, his ma was Queen of England.
    They are all have German blood because Saxe-Coburg-Gotha came into the British Royal Family in 1840 with the marriage of Queen Victoria to Prince Albert. Later Philip had predominantly German ancestors and spoke fluent German.
    It makes more sense of why Harry wore a nazi uniform for a party.

    Harry is the son of James Hewitt which makes sense of why no paternity test has ever been undertaken



    David Thomas

    I wonder how they’re feeling now that the latest Census figures show that there is a decline in Welsh language speakers? Not going to plan is it?

    And you think plaid Cymru’ objective is to promote the Welsh language?



    Not my opinion Mr Thomas, it forms part of their manifesto.


    The Speaking Truth

    At least Plaid stand by what they represent so you can’t be surprised or annoyed at their boycott.
    I voted Lib Dem (who won) and now I see she’s become a member of the not so Independent group! Unfortunately, we didn’t have a Plaid candidate to vote for but I find it a big con to campaign under a party then jump straight into an independent group!
    Makes me not want to vote again.

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