Neath Port Talbot Councillor joins Propel

Cllr Martyn Peters of Neath Port Talbot Council has joined Propel stating that Wales needed “fresh new thinking to take it forward”. Cllr Peters represents Dyffryn ward on NPT Council and is also a member of the Dyffryn Clydach Community Council. The arrival of Cllr Peters to Propel means the new party now already has representation on two local authorities, with a Propel Assembly Member also representing the South Wales Central region. Continue reading

Propel Calls for Council Action to Protect Communities

Propel Wales Leader Neil McEvoy said that in light of the Welsh Government’s failure to act, County Councils should take immediate action themselves to protect local communities in Wales. Neil McEvoy AM said, “This weekend the Welsh Government has put areas of Wales at risk by its lack of action. Places like Gwynedd have been inundated with tourists, some of whom will probably be carrying the virus and passing it on through the surfaces they touch and the people they go near. Continue reading

Propel party launch postponed until the Coronavirus risk has passed

Statement on behalf of the WNP board. Today, the 12th of March, the board of Propel took the decision to postpone the scheduled launch of the Propel Wales, which was due to take place on the 3rd of April in Cardiff. The board has been following the Coronavirus outbreak very closely. In Italy and globally the World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared a pandemic. The Italian Government has closed nearly all shops, except food stores and pharmacies, while major sporting events have been suspended. In Denmark, the Danish Government has urged the cancellation of events with more than 100 people and is to close all schools and universities. Continue reading

The confidential report the Labour Welsh Government doesn’t want you to see

Second attempt to reveal hidden inquiry surrounding politician’s suicide The independent Assembly Member, Neil McEvoy has launched a fresh attempt at forcing the Welsh Government to publish a report that it’s trying to keep buried. “It’s time the Welsh Government came clean and released the inquiry into the handling of Carl Sargeant’s sacking” the AM for South Wales Central said. Continue reading