Sixty-one percent of nearly 3,000 responses agreed to a change of name, with nearly three-quarters backing Welsh Parliament as the best option.How reflected of Welsh Opinion is "nearly 3000" is open to question and I wonder if we should really use it as a sort of referendum to decide what name we should choose.
A law to change the name is expected to pass before the 2021 election.
"more fully understand the powers of the assembly and the role it plays in their lives".
"Our role today is as a full parliamentary body, with the power to pass laws and agree taxes, and we must continue to work hard to inspire the confidence, trust and pride in the people we serve."
"reflect directly the will of the people of Wales in giving us the mandate to have the powers to create legislation on their behalf".
"We are a parliament in all but name,"I personally agree with Heledd Gwyndaf, chair of Welsh language campaign group Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg, said the assembly would miss "an opportunity to normalise the use of Welsh" if it it did not choose "Senedd" as the only name.
Indeed Senedd would suggest a unique and independent legislature rather than an inferior clone of Westminster.