This video from Wales says about itself:
1 April 2016
Javid justifies skipping key Tata meeting for holiday in Australia: here.
SAJID JAVID faced calls to resign yesterday after admitting he jetted out to Australia despite knowing that Tata was set to plunge British steel into crisis during his junket Down Under. The Business Secretary revealed that he was told a “few weeks ago” that Tata Steel would review its British operation at its board meeting in Mumbai last week. But rather than joining a union-led delegation to lobby the company’s Indian owners, he went ahead with a taxpayer-funded tour of Australia, accompanied by his teenage daughter: here.
AS TORY Business Secretary Sajid Javid toyed around with more weak words and half-measures yesterday with Britain’s steel industry on the brink of collapse, the Morning Star unearthed a damning Business Department (BIS) staff survey which shows that even Mr Javid’s own civil servants don’t trust him: here.
By Luke James in Britain:
Tories get just seven votes in council election
Saturday 2nd April 2016
THE TORIES’ Welsh election campaign has been dealt a humiliating setback after the party polled just seven votes in council election.
Tory candidate Nigel Godfrey polled just 0.8 per cent of the 833 votes cast at the by-election in Caerphilly’s Moriah ward on Thursday.
The total is three fewer than the number of eligible voters Mr Godfrey required to nominate him to stand in the election.
David Harse convincingly held the seat for Labour with 464 votes — a 8.6 per cent swing to the party and more than 250 votes clear of the second-placed candidate.
A Conservative spokesman claimed that the party had “established an important bridgehead” by standing in a ward it has previously not contested.
But the Tories’ pitiful performance made them a laughing stock on social media and does not bode well for the party ahead of the Welsh Assembly elections on May 5.
It will also have caused embarrassment for Business Secretary Sajid Javid as he made a belated visit to Port Talbot steelworks yesterday.
“While the Tories continue to seek to do Wales down, whether with outrageous rhetoric on health from the Prime Minister or their lacklustre approach to the steel crisis, they’ll never speak for working people in valleys communities like Moriah.”