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Friday, 29 May 2020
Surge in support foe Welsh Independence Movement YesCymru
I must say I have been taken aback with number of Twitter Posts in which people have claimed that the response of the various legislatures during the Corana-19 virus has shifted them towards Independence
It may have been expected that the wind may have been taken out of the sails over the movement after a series of Independence Marches saw high attendances but YesCymru found that it has to postpone marches in Wrexham on 18 April, Tredegar on 6 June and Swansea on 5 September due to the pandemic.
Over 500 people have joined YesCymru in the last 5 days,” a spokesperson from YesCymru announced. “A massive thanks to each and every one of you!”
The number seems to rising with claims over 1000 have now joined this month
The cross-party campaign which fights for Welsh independence was believed to have around 2,500 members before the current rise.
These are some typical tweets over the last few days
. It's time #Wales to break free from Westminster & determine our own future. It will be tough & our current Assembly is far from perfect. But we can & should do this. A progressive, outward looking, welcoming, innovative self determining Wales.