PlMy sources inform me that Plaid Cymru is running their best ever campaign for the forthcoming election. During 2006, the party distributed more leaflets than it has ever done in a year and canvassed more people than ever in its history. Coupled with rebranding the party at a national level, conducting a hugely successful What Wales Wants programme, and professionalizing its policy/political work – Plaid are looking in good shape for May. The lessons of 2003 it seems have been learnt with a far more focus on messaging and political strategy. The new Campaigns Unit has orchestrated a remarkable turnaround in the party’s ground offensive.
With Labour in strategic disarray led by a leader whose power is waning every day as potential successors position themselves in anticipation of any handover, perhaps May the 3rd will be far more interesting than everyone has thought to date.
Political boffin, keen fisherman looking forward to retirement.
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- Labour's Dirty Cash 3
- Peter Hain Deputy Leadership Campaign
- Welsh Unionism
- Labour's Dirty Cash 2
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- The Cost of Dependence
- Where's Tony?
- Labour's Funding Scandal
- Yr Her i'r Pleidiau Prydeinig yng Nghymru
- The Duplicity of the Cameron Project
- The inconsistencies of the Liberal Democrats
- Leighton Andrews - A Broken Record
- Labour’s Dirty Cash
- Welcome to Wales Tony
- Hain is at it Again
- Jeff Jones
- The Celebrities We Deserve
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- Lets Concentrate on Policies
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