"I don't think Plaid Cymru has changed that much," he said."I don't believe in some of their economic principles. I consider myself Welsh, I can be completely comfortable with being part of an Union in Britain and the European Union."What's not possible for someone like me is to believe in the type of English nationalism that we are now seeing within the Conservative Party."I don't believe in nationalism at its worst in any context and certainly the nationalism I see in the Conservative Party currently concerns me."
|Plaid Cymru||Wyn Elis Jones||3,170||9.9||-1.9|
|Liberal Democrats||Sarah Leister-Burgess||941||2.9||-1.7|
“I cannot support candidates for leadership willing to embark on a no-deal Brexit or serve a government that does," said Mr Bebb.“I am surprised at the speed with which the Conservative Party has adopted a Faragist agenda.”“The Conservatives have decided they want to be the Brexit party.”Wales would be especially badly hit by a no-deal Brexit, Mr Bebb warned.
“All the statistics show Wales will be worse off than other parts of the UK. The speed with which the party has backed a no-deal Brexit is shocking. The Conservatives were a party that was pragmatic and pro-business. This is a disastrous action. It is extremely damaging.”
“I am very clear that I will vote for any party with a responsible attitude on this issue.”It is a pity Mr Bebb did not put forward his disquiet over the road his party has been taken earlier . ItI has been clear that, since the European Referendum the Conservatives have been moving increasingly to the far right and whilst Boris Johnson is a shameless opportunist, he is clearly intending to to appeal to a Populist English Nationalism modeling itself on Trumps Make America Great Again Neo-Fascism.
If Guto Bebb his seriously worried about the direction of the Conservatives he should consider resigning and calling a by-election, which could see a gain of a MP who is prepared to vote against a Government that is threatening our economy and even our democracy.