Cardiff row rumbles on

11th June 2010 at 01:00

Assembly government first minister Carwyn Jones (pictured) has accused Cardiff Council of "taking five years to do nothing" about Welsh-medium education as the fallout over school reorganisation in the city continues. The council is considering applying for a judicial review after Mr Jones rejected its plans to close English-medium Lansdowne primary to make way for the expanding Welsh-medium Ysgol Treganna. Mr Jones called for "sensible discussions" about the issue after 200 people protested against the decision at the Urdd Eistedfodd in Ceredigion.

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