Tributes paid to ‘a political spouse who became a force to be reckoned with in her own right’
Tributes are pouring in for Glenys Kinnock, wife of the one-time Labour leader, Neil (later Lord) Kinnock, who became a…One comment.
How the town which gave refuge to Welsh anti-fascists in the Spanish Civil War elected a far-right mayor
Luke James For most of the 183 Welsh men and women who volunteered to fight Franco in the Spanish Civil…2 comments.
Fans placed at hospital doorways to disperse ambulance fumes
Twm Owen, local democracy reporter Fans have had to be placed at the doors to Gwent’s major hospital to disperse…No comments.
Baroness Glenys Kinnock of Holyhead, former Labour minister and MEP dies
Baroness Glenys Kinnock died peacefully in her sleep on Sunday with her husband and former Labour Party leader Lord Kinnock…No comments.
Reports £15m Rwanda treaty ready this week is speculation, says Cabinet minister
A Cabinet minister said it is “speculation” that a stop-the-boats treaty with Rwanda could be sealed this week. The Sunday…No comments.
Sacked S4C boss had ‘secret plan’ to deprive TV companies of work
Martin Shipton Directors of one of the largest independent TV production companies in Wales have expressed serious concern about an…8 comments.
Electric arc furnaces: the technology poised to make UK steelmaking more sustainable
Becky Waldram, Materials Scientist and SUSTAIN Impact & Engagement Manager, Swansea University In a move to embrace sustainable steelmaking, British…One comment.
Why men in 19th century Wales dressed as women to protest taxation
Lowri Ann Rees – Senior Lecturer in Modern History, Bangor University South-west Wales was reeling in the wake of social…2 comments.
Why Brexit has disappeared from the news agenda – and why it needs to come back
Martin Shipton With both main parties determined not to mention it and with news outlets concentrating on other events, the…13 comments.