Theo Davies-Lewis

Wales’ vaccine problems mount for Mark Drakeford

Mark Drakeford (photo: Getty)

Mark Drakeford has been a popular figure throughout the pandemic. The Welsh First Minister’s authoritative grasp of detail and his professorial briefings have helped foster a sense of national confidence that ministers in Cardiff have a better grip on the public health emergency than politicians in Westminster. Today’s Welsh Barometer poll for ITV Cymru reaffirms that view: it shows overwhelming public support for the lockdown restrictions introduced by the Welsh government before Christmas.

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Theo Davies-Lewis
Theo Davies-Lewis is an associate director at FGS Global and a political commentator on Welsh affairs

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