The national question is primary. Britain, an amalgam of Wales, Scotland and England, must be independent and self-determining.
This means withdrawal from the EU and NATO, the World Trade Organisation and the IMF.
It means a cancellation of the national debt.
It means opposition to calls for separatism internally and the development of an integrated national economic policy based on production, nationalised industries and utilities and a reversal of privatisations in public services, transport and utilities.
To achieve these objectives the banks must be nationalised and controls must be placed on the import and export of capital. A nationally integrated industrial and social policy must be developed. The nation must own its own assets in land, production, agriculture, fishing, energy supply and banking.
The ensure these objectives a new constitution must be adopted by the British people. A new form of governance for the country as a whole must be adopted. Neither the Westminster Parliament, the Holyrood Executive nor the Welsh Assembly meet the needs of the people.