Tuesday, August 31, 2004
Wednesday, August 25, 2004
Welsh NHS queues lengthen
The number of patients facing long waits for NHS care in Wales has risen according to a BBC report.
Is this what Jane Hutt was talking about when she said,
We are doing things differently in Wales.?
I think there's a good case for taking the NHS away from the assembly - at the moment, the NHS in Wales doesn't have a good reputation,
independent health analyst Roy Lilley
Dr Calland said that a 2003 report urging the service to modernise had had little impact so far, despite "a great amount of talk" in the Welsh assembly
Monday, August 23, 2004
Seen on Investor's Business Daily :
If Kerry thinks he's being slandered, he should answer with facts —not with insults, threats and lawsuits.
Same could be said about Welsh political life too, don't you think? It's been a month or so now since Culturenet Cymru denied the Heroes poll was fixed and said that legal advice was being sought; because of that, the Culture Ministry at the Welsh Assembly is refusing to investigate the matter further. But Culturenet hasn't taken any legal action and the truth of the matter could so easily be demonstrated by allowing people to see the database.
Why not answer with the facts? There can be only one reason.
Thursday, August 12, 2004
An appeal to the Welsh Office, frequent visitors to this site
This site is taking quite a few hits from the Welsh Office (IP address range 220.127.116.11 - 18.104.22.168).
Could you ask the Culture Minister, Alun Pugh, to ask Culturenet Cymru to turn over the 100 Welsh Heroes database to an independent and competent person who could take a look at all those made-up votes and all those valid votes that were not counted?