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What Carwyn Jones can teach Jeremy Corbyn about business

And “The Parable of the Last Welsh Coalminer”

By Rhodri Morgan  

First minister of Wales Carwyn Jones in the stands at the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier match Wales v Andorra. November 2015 ©Andrew Matthews/EMPICS Sport

It’s actually only 150 miles or so from Islington to Cardiff Bay, but for the Labour party they are two different worlds. In Labour Wales, Carwyn Jones, the First Minister, faces an uphill battle to retain his majority Government in May’s Assembly elections.…

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