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  • Judging by your error message, Hat, that's because you missed out the last letter of "cymru".

    languagehat.com: A WELSH COURSE.

  • AGAIN you fail to answer how and when Plaid cymru have made any capital from this.

    Too Heavy a Penalty or Serves Him Right

  • Q. what sort of tory expresses a view that plaid cymru "should be supportive of"?

    A Miserable Old Fart.

  • For more information about dogs seeking new homes, log onto www.calonwen-cymru.com and www.rspca.org.uk

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Come to think of it weren't you a plaid cymru councillor?

    Triple lock revisited

  • What exactly would a "Liberal form of indepenence instead of the extreme Plaid cymru version" look like?

    Welsh and the party

  • By Dr. Christopher Wood, at Sat May 05, 05:44:00 PM arsembly has started a campaign for lord davies of montgomeryshire. if only the tories were that smart. you would be a nightmare for plaid cymru.

    Bag of Nerves

  • By Glyn Davies, at Sun Nov 11, 07:06:00 PM dafydd wigley does not speak for plaid cymru and if he carries on like this he will never speak for us again.

    2011 and no sooner.

  • By Anonymous, at Tue Oct 16, 06:54:00 PM snouts and troughs come to mind. i cant believe that they thought they would get away with this. im shocked that plaid cymru have joined with labour in this. plaid has soon got used to helping themselves to the trappings of power. pleased to see that tories and liberals are against this

    Whip's Worth or Pork Barrel Politics.

  • By Glyn Davies AM, at Mon Mar 26, 05:08:00 PM blodyn is typical plaid cymru frightened of the new tories because she knows a lot of plaid supporters like the things you say glyn. there are lots of plaid voters who do not like all the leftie rubbish some of them spout off

    Plaid Conference Special

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  • Cambria is the classical name for Wales, being the Latinised form of the Welsh name Cymru (Wales). The etymology of Cymry "the Welsh", Cimbri, and Cwmry "Cumbria",

    July 30, 2009

  • Known in English as Wales.

    August 25, 2008