Further devolution and reform of the Barnett formula could be on the cards sooner than expected if Labour sneak a win next Thursday, according to professor of Welsh politics.
“I’m American, and I sell cereal, and I’m a Mormon.” Elder Steven Kellogg, pauses, and cracks a grin. He likes to make jokes about everything, including his own name. ‘Elder’, however, is not a name but a temporary title; he’s using it in place of his forename for two years of his life.
Labour are projected to tighten their grip on Wales at next week’s Westminster General Election, further squeezing Plaid Cymru and the Liberal Democrats’ support, according to a new YouGov poll.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood was widely praised for her performance in Wednesday night’s BBC Westminster Election leadership debate.
A group of Māori language activists stunned the watching crowds at the Urdd Eisteddfod today with a display of song and dance.
Most children would need to attend Welsh-medium primary schools by 2030 if the government is to stand a chance of reaching its target of a million speakers by 2050, according to new research.
Outside a cafe in Llandudno, Alex Sansome waits, bucket in hand, for passers-by to contribute to his charity. He’s been following this routine, over 20 hours per week, in towns across North Wales.
Caernarfon’s Yes Cymru group was launched at the town’s Galeri theatre on Friday night.
The Conservative Party have now occupied what was previously UKIP’s political turf, according to a Professor of Welsh Politics at Cardiff University.
A quarter of the public now favour independence for Wales, according to YouGov.