Wednesday, 12 May 2010

In the national interest?

The Lib Dem and Tory vote combined in England was 66%
The Lib Dem and Tory vote combined in Wales was 46%
The Lib Dem and Tory vote combined in Scotland was 36%

Much was made of governing in the "national interest" when we all know that the interests of City banksters and big business are at odds with the interests of workers, the sick and the elderly. Let's see whether whose interests Con-Lib coalition represents...

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Plaid embrace everything Lib/Dems Tories and Labour embrace...why pretend to be any different?

Plaid Whitegate said...

Plaid against Trident replacement. Big three - pro Trident.
Plaid for a maximum wage. Big three - no
Plaid for a Living Pension. Big three - no
Plaid for safeguarding Welsh public services with an extra £300m in fair funding. Big three - no.

The Druid of Anglesey said...

I assume this thread is supposed to highlight the lack of democratic legitimacy of the coalition government in Scotland and Wales. Do you not see the irony of a party which only returned 3 MPs at this election questioning the legitimacy of two parties which returned 6 (Con) and 3 (Lib) MPs from Wales?

Plaid Gwersyllt said...

We don't do irony, we leave that to you...Rhydd i bawb ei farn!

The Druid of Anglesey said...

Good comeback - fairplay!