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Same message, new language: vote-getting image rather than substance, a strategy to expand the voting base, and grudging "accommodation" of gays, who are nonetheless viewed as somehow a danger to marriage.
We must move on from grudging acceptance of the National Assembly to an attitude of enthusiastic engagement with the devolution process and look at ways in which the new democracy of Wales can be strengthened and given a more meaningful role in Welsh life,'' added Mr Davies.
As the dispute between Time Warner and Disney illustrates, the days of cooperation, grudging or otherwise, are long gone - the casualty of two factors.