The ever faithful BBC have allowed space on their red button to give space to a Labour accusation that Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood of making an error of judgement by speaking at a left-wing Scottish independence group's event.
The Radical Independence Campaign (RIC) opposes some key policies of Plaid's Cymru's sister party the SNP.
RIC backs abolition of the monarchy and economic and social policies to the left of the mainstream parties.
Which I believe is Ms Woods position
Plaid said the speech showed people from different political persuasions were supporting Scottish independence.
The SNP's vision of independence includes keeping the Queen, the pound and EU membership.
Labour has questioned why Ms Wood chose to make a speech on Tuesday evening, outlining her view that an independent Scotland could act as a "beacon of social justice", at a RIC function.
Labour AM Ann Jones (Who She?) said:
"The Radical Independence Campaign are vehemently opposed to Plaid Cymru's sister party, the SNP - accusing them of following Thatcherite economic policy and undermining their arguments on the economy, currency and North Sea oil.But Plaid Cymru said the Yes campaign in Scotland was a grassroots movement not tied to any single political party.
"Leanne Wood needs to make clear whether she agrees with RIC's criticisms of the SNP and is making a principled stand, or whether this was a huge political gaffe.
"Not least we need to understand what the new Plaid position on the currency union is - do they want separate currencies for Scotland, and Wales?"
A party spokeswoman said:
"It's great to see people from several different political persuasions working together towards a common goal of building a better future for Scotland.Maybe Ann Jpnes (again who is she) can explain how Labour are cap in glove with the Tories in the Unionist Better Together campaign including Labour MPs at Westminster during Prime Minister Question Time acting as a stooge for David Cameron feeding him lines.
"Leanne will be using her speech in Glasgow tonight to highlight how through becoming an independent nation, Scotland could be a beacon of social justice, showing that there is an alternative to the austerity agenda."
What is interesting is that there are elements of the Radical Left in Scotland who are prepared to support the YES campaign maybe because they can see a better future for Scots not being run from Westminster by the Tories or Blue Labour.
How different from Wales where we stil have elements of the I'm not a Nationalist but an Internationalist crap from those who prefer to be run by the Toriesa and Blue Labour than support Independence here.