- Sat Nov 23, 2019 3:11 pm
Plaid Cymru have promised to reopen my local railway line. Here are the populations of the places the reopened stations would serve.
They're also proposing to reopen a railway in the next door valley, where even fewer people live.
Does this sound like a sensible proposition to anyone? What difference will those railways make anyway? If having good railway connections made towns prosperous, then Neath and Port Talbot would be well-off.
Nonetheless, I'm probably going to vote for Plaid Cymru because I'm so despairing of Labour. I suppose I'm in a fairly fortunate position to have two Remain parties in the first two places in my constituency.