I am delighted to report that my PC has been repaired. Though obviously it will take a few days for me to catch up, a process not helped by the fact that it’s half-term (which sees me taking wife and grandchildren to Aber’ tomorrow), plus there are Champions League matches this week, and in addition, I started re-reading Le Morte D’Arthur while my machine was out of action. (Man of culture, by ‘ere, boy.)
This return to the fray will I’m sure be the cause of great rejoicing among my many admirers and followers in the Labour Party, the Third Sector, Cardigan Castle, Plaid Cymru, the colonial establishment, Swansea council, the tourism industry, Ukip, housing associations, Rhyl, the Planning Inspectorate, the UK Government, the ‘Welsh’ media, our AMs and MPs, etc., etc.
My next post – which I hope to have up before the end of the week – will look at various (and ostensibly unconnected) votes to be taken this year. In chronological order these are: the elections to our notional Assembly, the referendum on the UK’s EU membership, and the US presidential race.