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    Re: Workington

    I didn't actually go to Hull, where I think we won. I was annoyed as they were the only away points I'd not witnessed that season. One of my fellow door knockers did the trip mind.
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    Re: Workington

    That sounds about right. I seem to remember Hull away was 3.40. Perhaps the costs were different from different locations? Our pick up was in Aberdare, so possibly more expensive?
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    Re: Workington

    Some years later I told this story on Radio 5 Live over Xmas. There was a slot called 'wasted sporting journeys' or something and I phoned up and got on air. The presenter laughed loudly at the...
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    Re: Workington

    I think you may be talking about an away game at Bolton in about 1976. A big away following arrived just after 2pm to find the home fans laughing and walking away from the ground- there'd been a...
  5. Re: Welsh on the left, English on the right.

    Exactly. It's all about educating people. These are dangerous times for democracy but many people can't see that.
  6. Re: Welsh on the left, English on the right.

    Not with that attitude, no . I guess it's a case of trying to persuade people to vote for what is best for where they now live. Unfortunately we can't even persuade the Welsh Welsh to do that. In...
  7. Re: Welsh on the left, English on the right.

    Interesting stuff. The quiet invasion continues and changes 'Wales' and our politics.
  8. Re: The Western Mail , The National Newspaper of WALES

    Perhaps our new Secretary of State, from Wolverhampton btw, will make an independent Welsh media a policy aim. Then again, why upset the sham that keeps us dancing to London's tune.
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    Re: Fake Welsh - many of you

    The tragedy is, I don't think we have it in us to change things. Too many of us accept the situation. Many more don't understand the situation. Many do but are happy and see themselves as British...
  10. Re: Wales - a brainwashed subsidiary of England. Discuss.

    Agreed
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    Fake Welsh - many of you

    First off- great come back at Leeds. Tomlin. Ace.
    This week ,an experiment in trying to get a feel for our political feelings. A few posts from me trying to get at others' true feelings about our...
  12. Re: Wales - a brainwashed subsidiary of England. Discuss.

    Agreed. Not sure of your point exactly. Russia made a similar argument after invading the Crimea. I'm saying that we too easily toe the 'national ' line. I accept in migration has influenced...
  13. Re: Wales - a brainwashed subsidiary of England. Discuss.

    I take LOM's point, but this is the problem - speaking up for Wales' rights is quickly jumped upon as coming from an independence standpoint. THERE IS A MASSIVE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WANTING FAIRNESS...
  14. Re: Wales - a brainwashed subsidiary of England. Discuss.

    I agree with that. But this is my point, many Welsh people don't really recognise Wales as a distinct country/nation/ whatever due to the overwhelming media bias against the idea of 'Wales' as...
  15. Wales - a brainwashed subsidiary of England. Discuss.

    Wales' tv media is dominated by 2 organisations which are subsidiaries of London based organisations. They both deliver a British news first and then Welsh news second menu. Our written media is...
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    Poll: Re: Election 2019 Poll

    If I lived in Wales it would be Plaid Cymru. No other party has a genuine concern for Wales as an entity. I'm no nationalist but Westminster based parties treat Wales appallingly .
  17. Re: Proud to be Welsh - I think not

    We are regarded with disdain in Westminster. But try arguing this and quoting evidence and many Welsh people jump to the nation state's defence!! I ask them why Wales is so poor and lacking basic...
  18. Proud to be Welsh - I think not

    The most depressing aspect of this election is the lack of a Welsh perspective. 'Our' media, pundits, candidates and electorate just pander to the Westminster narrative. Neither main party has given...
  19. Alun Cairns- deluded sense of entitlement?

    The decision to stand down from the cabinet but declare he would stand for re-election as an MP is astounding. Lacks the morals for cabinet office but his disturbing behaviour in regard to the rape...
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    Re: Anybody But Conservatives

    And why is this? Generations of under investment in our economy, transport infrastructure etc when support was needed to give us a chance to adapt to structural changes in Wales' economy. So it is no...
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    Re: Rugby Word Cup 2019 thread.

    Crossing by French in midfield.!
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    Re: Rugby Word Cup 2019 thread.

    Agree that Peyper was naive in posing for the photo and his further involvement in RWC will be affected, BUT I can't agree he had a good game. Despite being 4 yards from that maul, he failed to spot...
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    Re: Rugby Word Cup 2019 thread.

    Agreed. If Scotland are sent home the integrity of the whole competition will be in question. The Japanese people wouldn't want the embarrassment of a 'freebie' at their own competition.
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    Re: Rugby Word Cup 2019 thread.

    Neither really. They'd be difficult to spot and can't bark.🥝🥝
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    Re: Rugby Word Cup 2019 thread.

    Wales win Countryfile One man and his dog competition. Is this an omen? No Kiwis in it though.
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