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The End…

With a name like Wales Elects 2007 this site was always going to have a limited shelf life and now that Wales has (sort of) elected it is a natural time for things here to be wrapped-up. However, I am currently developing a new site along similar lines and will post the details of it in the next few days.

In the meantime here are a number of posts that have caught my eye over the past few days:

  • Alwyn Ap Huw on the marginality of constituencies, the possiblity of another election and the idea of a directly elected First Minister.
  • Conservative candidate for Ceredigion Trefor Jones on the end of his campaign and the problem with leaflets.
  • Ordivicius on Plaid’s broad church.
  • Conservative leader Nick Bourne AM on Letwin’s shift from aneconocentric paradigm to a sociocentric paradigm.
  • Luke Young on the rise of the BNP and on the Lib Dem disharmony.
  • David Davies MP on the failure of PR.
  • Leighton Andrews AM on why he is unimpressed with the Welsh blogosphere, Blamerbell on why he is wrong and Chanticleer on the withering of the Welsh blog.
  • Arsembly writes the obits for those who didn’t make it back.
  • New AM Bethan Jenkins on ‘coming back down to earth’ after the election.
  • Former AM Glyn Davies prepares to take on Lembit in Montgomeryshire.
  • Nicholas Michael Morgan calls for Janet Ryder AM to make way for Dafydd Wigley.
  • Blamerbell looks back at the quotes from the election campaign and atthe prospects for a coalition.

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