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    28 February, 2006

    New Welsh website

    Aled Edwards is a Christian vicar in Cardiff and was deeply involved in the Yes campaign in the 1997 referendum on Welsh devolution. We had lots of groups - teachers say yes, lawyers say yes, and so on. Aled organised the religious group and was therefore one of the 'Yes Ministers' as we called them. (I think Hywel Francis, now MP for Aberavon, coined that phrase).

    Aled has now created a website to mark the opening of the new Assembly Building which records his favourite National Assembly achievements.

    It also lists his favourite Assembly Member's website.

    This man has great judgement.

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