Friday, 18 March 2011

Do as I say, not do as I do

There's a certain logic in barring Welsh MPs from voting on matters that will only affect England. That's why Plaid MPs don't vote in such matters.

But it's rather ironic, as Alwyn ap Huw points out, that the Secretary of State for Wales, who is raising the possibility of a ban, represents Amersham and Chesham in leafy Buckinghamshire.

So when will she stop interfering in matters that only affect Wales?

5 comments:

John Broughton said...

Whitegate gets "nul point" for geography.

The fragrant Gillan's constituency is in Bucks. She is also Welsh.

Plaid Whitegate said...

The Prime Minister of Australia is also Welsh by birth. Should she have a say in Welsh affairs too?

Plaid Gwersyllt said...

Nice to see John Broughton back, I thought he was still sulking after that True Wales defeat.

John Broughton said...

Oh dear oh dear - Whitegate is so very touchy.

Worse still incapable of logical argument.

Plaid Whitegate said...

JB should spend some more time on the Clwyd South Tory website instead of lurking here. Nothing's been updated since George Osborne visited more than a month ago. Not even a mention of the Plaid regeneration minister to Brymbo.