Posts Tagged ‘Welsh Assembly Elections’
Ron Davies, Plaid’s Assembly candidate in Caerphilly, has hit back at Labour MP Wayne David claiming a recent blog post on Caerphilly Observer questioned his integrity.
One of the myths of modern politics is that ‘personality’ doesn’t matter. The argument goes that the only thing that is important is the policies a person stands for.
Politics and celebrity have been part of the electioneering toolkit for sometime now.
Tony Blair got matey with the likes of Oasis and Blur in the 90s and David Cameron had actor Michael Caine at last year’s general election.
Caerphilly’s Plaid Cymru candidate Ron Davies has called for the devolution of policing and the transfer of associated funding to the Welsh Assembly.
Caerphilly’s Conservative Assembly candidate Owen Meredith, has promised to set up a ‘Jobs Trust’ if elected on May 5.
As more than 20,000 postal voting packs start dropping through letter boxes across Caerphilly County Borough, postal voters are being reminded to read the instructions carefully when casting their vote.
Plaid Cymru leader Ieuan Wyn Jones hit the campaign trail with Assembly candidate Ron Davies on Monday.
Wyn Jones spoke to traders at the re-opened Caerphilly Indoor Market in Pentrebane Street.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has spent more than £500,000 on its ‘Newsline’ publication over the last five years, according to figures obtained by Conservative Welsh Assembly candidate Owen Meredith.
Network Rail has unveiled a £200m modernisation plan to boost the rail transport in Cardiff and on the Valley Lines service.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer, Andrew Diplock, chair of Caerphilly Business Forum, looks back at the forum’s recent ‘Question Time event’
Voters have until 5pm Thursday April 14 to register to vote or to apply for a postal vote for the upcoming Assembly elections on May 5.
Caerphilly’s four Assembly candidates have faced questions from businesses in the county borough.
The “Question Time” style event was organised by Caerphilly Business Forum so candidates could explain to the business community exactly what they had to offer.