Year: 2017

Analysis: The Severn Bridge pledge

Tim Richards looks at how abolishing the Severn Tolls could cause problems down the road… When Theresa May announced her intention to abolish the Severn Bridges tolls if elected Prime Minister, it was probably the cheapest give-away ever because the tolls were due to end anyway when the crossings come […]

Wales’ battlegrounds: Clwyd South

No. 33 on the Conservative’s target list, a victory here would suggest a healthy Tory majority. Aled McKenzie looks at how it could swing this time… Welsh people often like to describe their own region of the country as Wales in a microcosm, but in Clwyd South’s case this may […]

Wales’ battlegrounds: Ceredigion

Could an upset be on the cards for young Plaid Cymru candidate Ben Lake? Huw Williams senses that the Liberal Democrats will lose votes to both the Conservatives and Labour… If there is any certainty that can be expressed about politics in Ceredigion, it is that you never quite know […]