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Captain Starlet
Captain Starlet
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Feb 26, 2017, 11:53
I don't think Wales is taking any moral high ground, there's certainly a lot of problems here, one of the things is people here weren't just fed up with the EU, they're also fed up with Westminster. However Wales has been very lucky to have received so much from the EU, however that pales in comparison to £350 million a week for the NHS, which I'm sure we're all going to enjoy benefitting from.

Sadly people were duped, in all parts of the country.

Wales, in particular, needs to find its voice again, there's a growing independence movement and the likes of tory and labour are (thankfully) a dwindling force in many areas with regard to local councils and AMs as we saw in the last Assembly elections.

Personally I don't want to see the break up of the uk, however like leaving the EU I think it may be an inevitability and it's not one that I'm going to oppose.
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