NEWS ROUNDUP: Case rates improve and poll finds 39% want an independent Wales
The Health Minister of Wales Vaughan Gething has said that we are over the worst of the second wave of the pandemic. The overall case rate is now at around 50 per 100 thousand people, the lowest since mid September. However, the health minister said that new variations of the virus are still a concern. The announcement comes as a further 12 people die of in wales.
The first minister of Wales has said that the United Kingdom is over and a new union should be made to reflect the voluntary association of the four nations. The first minister went on to warn that a break up of the UK was possible if attitudes did not change.
A new poll from ITV and Savanta ComRes has indicated the highest level of support for Welsh independence ever recorded at 39%. The main reason for wanting to leave was due to the differing attitudes in wales and that wales has historically been a separate nation altogether.
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