- Tue May 12, 2015 2:52 pm
You could equally say that we lost Ceredigion because of stubborn Labour voters.
Actually, what I would have liked is for Carwyn, the day after the election, to have told us how he was going to defend Wales against a Westminster government that Wales rejected, rather than the Labour navel-gazing he came out with. He's always said in the past that Wales is his first priority and loyalty (even strongly hinting that this transcended party politics) but there has been little evidence of this over the past few days.
And, yes, it doesn't help that many in Plaid regard Labour as the real enemy (though it's in government, so it should expect an amount of flack) rather than the English establishment that only ever acknowledges our existence when the lawns of Surrey start to brown during a drought and thoughts turn to stealing more of our natural resources.