Mr Johnson spoke about the M4 in the House of Commons after a UK minister claimed a new Ineos vehicle plant in Bridgend was put on hold because the relief road was axed.
Which led me to tweet that
"Westminster is the constipated arsehole of Welsh Democracy and we should give it the Enema of Independence."
So why did the English (in this case) Prime Minister make his claim and considering (unless his knowledge of Welsh geography is more extensive than I thought) he was briefed about this by the Welsh Office in advance did he make such a nonsensical allusion.
So Simon Hart is twisting the truth in blaming failing to build the M4 bypass which faced considerable opposition Wales for the Ineos decision and it is ironic as Former First Minister Carwyn Jones pointed out that Ineos has decided to divert to Europe when it has seemingly supported Brexit.
Indeed one wonders if Ineos ever really had any intention on building the plant and was not undergoing some kind of publicity campaign..
Instead of making unfound accusation Simon Hart should be asking whether Ineos was ever an viable project and how much has been wasted in trying to bring the firm to Bridgend and whether this can be recovered.
The Welsh Labour Government has a lot of questions to answer, but it is not helped by the Westminster Tory government making misleading statements.