Inside the GPO Building Dublin
OUTSIDE THE GPO DUBLIN
YR AFLONYDDWCH MAWR FIRST STATEMENT ON ELECTION OF FIRST MINISTER OF WELSH ASSEMBLY
Ukip's Neil Hamilton rallied behind his Welsh Nationalist rivals, voting for Ms Wood for First Minister as one of his first acts since being elected as an Welsh Assembly Member and UKIP Welsh Assembly leader.
That's the reason we despise bourgeois politics because it is unprincipled and opportunist and careerist.
Neil Hamilton has made Plaid Cymru race to the bottom for First Minister job - no brown envelopes required.
Plaid opened the door to UKIP in Wales by Plaid's pro EU stand and UKIP is saying thank you.
We need our Welsh Socialist Republican movement to end this political corruption in that extension of the British state in Wales the Welsh Assembly
We need a Welsh Republican Congress and a principled politics based on the working people's interest in Wales.
We need this more than ever on the 100th anniversary of the execution of Irish Socialist Republican James Connolly
A representative of principled working class politics a dramatic contrast to Plaid's opportunism and careerism.
It could not be more stark.
SECOND STATEMENT ON ELECTION OF WELSH FIRST MINISTER :
THE DECEPTION AND SELF DECEPTION OF BOURGEOIS POLITICS
Good to have this statement from Leanne has her Rhondda voters were not pleased with her getting Ukip and Tory support for First Minister - she denies soliciting their support but the people will judge whether she did or not and if she did she will pay a price
Notice the retrospective denunciation of Tory and UKIP support for her First Minister position - it would have carried more weight if she had said same during vote rather after the Rhondda Roar of disapproval.
"A Plaid spokesman said: “As far as Plaid Cymru is aware, there have been no formal discussions, agreements or deals pursued between any party”. seems informal discussions don't count.
Friday 13th News For Plaid Cymru
How to make a problem worse first you deny Plaid Cymru Tory co-operation conversations before First Minister Elections and then the details of the conversations come out !
Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies told BBC Radio Wales on Friday there had been three sets of "substantial" talks involving two AMs from his party and two AMs from Plaid.
@NeilUKIP says that UKIP was approached by Plaid on Monday to back Leanne Wood in the FM vote