Archive for 2011
Labour has held its seats in the three constituencies which cover Caerphilly County Borough.
Former county borough councillor Gwyn Price won in Islwyn with 57.9% of the vote while Huw Lewis was re-elected in Merthyr with 54.3%.
SNP triumph in Scotland must end Labour party complacency, warn shadow cabinet members
In the autumn of his great career, the British-born chief executive is beset by rivals and crises
Stephen Hester looking ‘very closely’ at the size of provision to compensate the bank’s customers
Labour says police forces are forcing 2,100 of the most experienced officers into early retirement, some of whom are then being asked to rejoin on a voluntary basis
Alliance with Liberal Democrats looks likely after party led by Carwyn Jones claims 30 of 60 seats in regional election
Former Lib Dem leader Lord Ashdown turns on prime minister for ‘breach of faith’ in alternative vote campaign
Party loses control of Sheffield and Hull councils, blaming defeats on Labour’s ‘decapitation’ strategy
Voting has closed in the Welsh Assembly elections.
Sixty Assembly Members will be elected in total made up of 40 constituencies and 20 regional AMs
Caerphilly County Borough covers three constituencies – Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney, Caerphilly and Islwyn.
Exclusive: Lib Dem grandee and Nick Clegg ally calls PM ‘grave disappointment’ and says no campaign has told ‘regiment of lies’
Tory right praise PM for decisive intervention in the AV referendum
A gang of five teenagers set upon and attacked a 23-year-old man as he walked along a path.