The Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon? A monstrous hole of extraordinary power. At least that’s what the officials want us to believe, and wait a minute the Welsh Government has to have a say otherwise it’s all watery nonsense.
Will they or won’t they, its politics all over again!
I’m not a betting man, but I hesitate to guess that the Welsh Government will pass it, albeit that Cardiff has the investment and money but there is a chance that the Government will let it go and to hell with the consequences. We’ll see.
Swansea is in need of the jobs it will produce, more boozers on a Friday night to add a certain symphony to the decision, and innovation is the name of the game. Its original name was Sweynesse (granted in a charter between 1158-1184), heaven knows but there’s a bit of Nordic in there somewhere, all to do with trading apparently.
‘Trading’, this a key word. The lagoon will add more trading and commercial might to this small town on the West of Wales. Good on you I say. What with Brexit taking all kinds of turns and political intransigence is a right mess (I’m talking of the Labour Part here), where do we go from here?
The lagoon has it right, left and centre. Hopefully politics will not interfere and the working man can get on with it. Where these will come from has yet to be seen, but its employment full stop and we have yet to see what Theresa May is going to with our voted expulsion of the European Union.
Friday nights in Wind Street, Swansea? You had better watch out for the police meat wagons! Never mind the swimming and yachting, if you’re that mad you want to do it!