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Dear Jo: Readers' letters; You don't fool us, Ron.

SO FAR the Welsh Assembly has been known only for its seedier side.

You could fill a whole annual with Ron Davies's exploits and Rod Richards, not content with arguing with just about everyone in the Assembly, is now accused of an alleged assault.

Now Mr Davies (Welsh Mirror, Sept 4) wants to put all the controversy behind him and get his career back on the rails.

Sorry Ron, what you mean is that, like virtually every other politician, you want to get back to working your way up the greasy pole of power so you don't have to practise what you preach.

Robert Griffiths

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Sep 8, 1999
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