This is unheard of. To govern, the Labor Party will undoubtedly have to ally itself with the separatists of the Plaid Cymru after the legislative elections of May 6.
Andrés German Smaller
Posted today at 07:07
Suspense. Will a wave of independence sweep over Wales on Thursday? To hear Adam Price, the leader of Plaid Cymru, there is no shadow of a doubt. He takes as proof the results of the poll published in early March on the ITV channel: 39% of people questioned want the principality to secede from the United Kingdom “to join the European Union”. The proportion even rises to 58% among voters aged 16 to 34. This is a meteoric increase, since the separatist project gathered barely 3% of the vote only six years ago. In 2016, during the referendum on Brexit, Wales voted 52.5% in favor of leaving the EU, like England (53.4%) but unlike Scotland (38%) and Northern Ireland (44 , 2%).