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Red letter day

Betsan Powys | 09:02 UK time, Thursday, 28 February 2008

It's a red letter day!

Psephologists across the land rub your hands with glee. In fact if you're remotely interested in how a sample of 1200 people told pollsters they'd vote in a referendum on a Scottish style parliament for Wales, you can rub your hands with glee too.

We've conducted an opinion poll - BBC Wales' annual 'sometime around March 1st' opinion poll - and at four o'clock I'll be able to tell you all about it.

In the meantime take a look at this in The Scotsman.

Comments   Post your comment

  • 1.
  • At 11:27 AM on 28 Feb 2008,
  • Richard Harris wrote:

"I have seen the future (of devolution) and its...MORE committees!"

"Let us praise famous job creation schemes" for the Pontcanna middle class and the Welsh meeedya. Otherwise, its down to playing bit parts on Pobel y Cwm...and that is NOT a "career".

  • 2.
  • At 08:00 PM on 28 Feb 2008,
  • Dafydd Pritchard wrote:

You're a strange man, Mr Harris!!

  • 3.
  • At 03:33 PM on 29 Feb 2008,
  • John Evans wrote:

Ive seen the past(pre devolution) and it was even more committee's. Only difference back then is they were all unelected and mostly unaccountable.

And what's wrong with Pobel y Cwm

  • 4.
  • At 10:39 PM on 02 Mar 2008,
  • John R. Walker wrote:

When only 8% of those asked appreciate that the real government of Wales is the EU in Brussels, then the rest of the results might as well be taken with the proverbial sack of salt...

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