As England waits to learn whether June 21st will be the great reopening day, Wales is proceeding more cautiously with post-pandemic easing not tied to specific dates.Delyth Jewell, member of the Senedd from Plaid Cymru tells Bloomberg Westminster's Caroline Hepker and Roger Hearing that the better record of virus handling and vaccine rollout in Wales backs up the argument for more powers being devolved from Westminster to Cardiff.Bloomberg Opinion columnist Therese Raphael joins to discuss the U.K.'s aims at the G7 summit and what would look like a success there for Boris Johnson.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gyda holl helynt yr etholiad tu cefn i ni, mae'n amser i gael croesawi Delyth Jewell, AS i'r podlediad wythnos hon. Recordiwyd y bennod rhai wythnosau cyn yr etholiad gydag Aelod Rhanbarthol Plaid Cymru ar gyfer Dwyrain De Cymru. Dwi wastad yn edmygu unrhyw wleidyddion; eu hangerdd a'u hymroddiad a'u gallu ac mae Delyth yn sicr yn un o sêr mwyaf dawnus y Senedd. Yn ogystal â hynny, mae Delyth yn gymeriad, yn ''haden'', yn berson deallus ac yn berson, wel.........neis! A wnes i wir fwynhau cyfweld â hi a chael bach o ''laff''! Joiwch y bennod!
In this episode we discuss the latest political issues with Plaid Cymru MS for South East Wales, Delyth Jewell. We also cover her political history and the tragic circumstances that saw her join the Senedd after the passing of Steffan Lewis. You can find Delyth on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/DelythJewellAMAnd of course, us: https://twitter.com/HiraethBlog If you're enjoying Hiraeth, please like and subscribe in your podcast app of choice.
Senior Welsh Conservative David Melding spoke to Adrian Masters before he resigned from his shadow cabinet role - some of what he says helps explain that decision. Adrian also chats to Plaid Cymru MS Delyth Jewell about her thoughts on working cross-party and befriending those with different political views.
Boris Johnson: Prime Minister of England Only? (with Delyth Jewell MS)
Bloomberg UK Politics
One of the most striking things about the coronavirus crisis is how devolved administrations have taken differing paths. Delyth Jewell, Plaid Cymru MS for South Wales East, tells Bloomberg Westminster's Roger Hearing and Sebastian Salek that right now Boris Johnson is effectively prime minister of England only.Plus, Bloomberg Opinion columnist Therese Raphael joins to talk about the prime minister's two headaches: lifting lockdown despite overwhelming public support for it, and preparing for Brexit when everyone is furloughed.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Delyth Jewell became Plaid Cymru AM for South Wales East at the start of 2019, after the tragic death of Steffan Lewis.She tells Martin about the guilt she felt taking on the job, her work on stalking at Westminster and why she believes Wales will become independent far more quickly than many will have dared to dream of. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy