|AKHTAR, Fozia||Welsh Labour||439|
|DARKIN, David Llewelyn||Welsh Labour||535|
|HOPKINS, Gwyn||Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales||757|
|THOMAS, Gwyneth||Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales||889|
Which may explain the sort of poster campaign inthe village.
I’m not a political person or a Plaid Cymru member, I’m just a parent in Llangennech and I have to say that I’m relieved that this is coming to an end at last.The local Labour party have bullied and silenced us for months. Door stepping, pressure, waving petitions in our faces, threatening us when we didn’t want to sign them, trying to make us feel like traitors while they go all over the tele and radio pretending that all of Llangennech is against these changes. They’ve been disgusting and intimidating. As a Llanegennech parent, I never asked them to speak for me and I know my friends didn’t ask them to either.
Substitute Race or Religion for the sort of language used by the Ukip-Labour Alliance in llanelli and the "Liberal" Media would be exposing it in lengthy Editorials.
But this is Cymraeg and alas Labour can safetly cosy up to Ukip and attack the actual policy of their own party because it appears to be a weapon against another party.