Good or bad?
1:22pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014 in Letters
A HUGE majority of Welsh people do not want Scotland to vote for independence and think it would be bad for Wales, the results of an exclusive poll have revealed. The results of the A YouGov survey, which questioned more than 1,000 Welsh adults on how they would vote, found that 62 per cent answered ‘No’ when asked if Scotland should be independent, with just 16 per cent saying ‘Yes’ to independence As an independent Scotland would mean fewer Labour MPs at Westminster and would give us a Tory majority. Labour would never win a general election again to form a single government.
Here in Wales, people complained about the poll tax, the coal mines closing, the illegal wars, the Tory cuts and the bedroom tax. Still they vote to stay within the union and vote for unionist parties. A future independent Scotland wouldn’t complaining about any of the above and neither would an independent Wales.
Andrew Nutt Heolddu Rd, Bargoed
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