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MACHYNLLETH FOR THE WELSH ASSEMBLY

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Amid other suggestions, a site in central Wales has been put forward as the preferred location for Welsh assembly m...
Amid other suggestions, a site in central Wales has been put forward as the preferred location for Welsh assembly meetings, the Daily Post reports (Welsh edition, p11).

Town clerk of Machynlleth John Parsons says the town where Owain Glyndwr held his parliament was the ideal site.

In a letter to the Welsh secretary Ron Davies, Mr Parsons said Cardiff should not be the natural choice and called for an open debate over the location.

Machynlleth could be easily reached from all parts of Wales and this would help save on running costs, he said.
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