I noted yesterday how the shadow Welsh Secretary had raised new fears about a Welsh part of the British army on the floor of the House of Commons. He's not alone. An Early Day Motion tabled by Plaid Cymru's parliamentary leader, Elfyn Llwyd, has attracted signatures from all four political parties.
The fear raised by Welsh politicians is that the campaign to keep the Queen's Dragoon Guards has been successful but that the axe might instead fall on a battalion of the Royal Welsh. The wording of Mr Llwyd's EDM explains why that's a cause for concern: