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Mark Drakeford
The medical and scientific advice about mass events hasn’t changed but we understand why the board has decided to postpone tomorrow’s match.
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Meinir H Thomas 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Mar 13
Hats off to the WRU for doing the right thing, although the WG should have acted themselves!
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Gem1357 Mar 13
YOU are our First Minister and YOU should have taken this decision.
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Dai Rhys Towler Mar 13
Last week this decision should have been made. Unfortunately showing to be completely inept.
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Christopher Christie Mar 13
Contrary to the decision by Drakeford and the WRU has made the only decision it could, which is unfortunately, to postpone this match. Drakeford, his crew and the WG demonstrate once again that they are absolutely useless.
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Matt Morris Mar 13
Glad you understand. I don't understand why neither the Welsh government nor the WRU could see the inevitability of this before this late stage.
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Steve Garner Mar 13
You understand..... But you don't agree then?
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Emma Cleary Mar 14
Mirrors on shoes? 🤔
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Three Women 🎗️🕯️🇪🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🎭📚 Mar 13
How many have already set out? It's a bit late. Health is a devolved govt issue. It's time Wales made its own decisions. Westminster's guidelines are simply not to be trusted. Wait and see how much of the supposed £60bn fund goes to Wales.
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Martin Mar 13
It's more like, let's wait and see how much money given to wales is actually used and not swallowed up in Cardiff Bay by the Welsh Assembly gravy train!
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