Just caught up with this. Great stuff!
good catch, fixedAmazing how National (and even Hague personally) are the obvious stumbling blocks in any coalition, how they are blatantly corrupt and even verging on authoritarian, and how their austerity has overall simply made life worse for the British public... and in a third election they will more than get away with campaigning on the idea that they are the party of 'getting it done' and how voting for them is not only good for the country but also likely to produce a stable coalition. As a lifelong British citizen I shouldn't be surprised, but, still.
Also, @powerab, I've only just noticed that you jumped from Chapter 77 to 88 and are ahead in chap. numbers.
Ecology are somewhere in the middle, a centre-left social justice party they are to the left of the German Greens, but they aren't out and out eco-socialists. They definitely lean more towards the SDP/UPA but if push came to shove they could back a National GovernmentIs ecology like a leftist anti austerity party or more like a European centrist green party, if it's the second what are their opinions on supporting national.
If this coalition makes it to 2018 without tearing itself apart I'll eat my own hat.If this coalition makes it to the next election without tearing itself apart I will eat my hat. As for the current Deputy Prime Minister, well, on that bombshell it's time to end this country, thank you very much for residing in it, GOODNIGHT!
No Plaid walked out of negotiations with National and voted against the Hague Government. Wales is divided into two provinces: West (Mid Glamorgan, West Glamorgan, Dyfed and Gwynedd) and East (Gwent, South Glamorgan, Powys and Clwyd)So did Plaid get support for a Welsh parliament?
On that subject, what are the Welsh provinces and are they all Welsh only or do some straddle the border?
Could we get a provincial map or list of leaders at some point?No Plaid walked out of negotiations with National and voted against the Hague Government. Wales is divided into two provinces: West (Mid Glamorgan, West Glamorgan, Dyfed and Gwynedd) and East (Gwent, South Glamorgan, Powys and Clwyd)