HC Deb 06 May 1926 vol 195 cc449-50W
Captain A. EVANS

asked the Home Secretary if he has arrived at any decision regarding the representations which were made to him concerning Cardiff being declared the capital of Wales; and if he is now in a position to make any statement?


The conclusion to which I have come is that, even if a method could be devised of giving effect to what is suggested, there is no sufficient evidence at present available of a preponderating opinion in Wales in favour of this step. I have informed those who approached me last year on the subject that, in the absence of such evidence, I cannot do anything in the matter.