A book which offers a ‘comprehensive’ guide to Welsh Independence has been launched in Aberystwyth today. The first edition of the 64-page Independence in Your Pocket was introduced at the Old College in the centere of the town. The book argues that independence would be a means of kick-starting […]
A movement founded to campaign for independence has grown faster than expected, according to its chairman. YesCymru will hold its annual general meeting in Aberystwyth on Saturday. Chairman Iestyn ap Rhobert said that they have close to 400 members, and 13 local groups around Wales. “We’ve grown and grown over […]
The Welsh Government will now have more of a say on Brexit following Theresa May’s failure to win a majority at last week’s Westminster General Election, according to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Wales. Aberconwy MP Guto Bebb, who came within 635 votes of losing his seat to Labour candidate Emily Owen, […]
English-language media such as the BBC should be encouraged to do more to publicise books published in Wales, according to a new report. The independent review into Welsh Government support for publishing and literature in Wales report notes that Welsh-language television has regular items about authors and books published in […]
When Theresa May triggered Article 50 a couple of months ago, she also signalled her intention that the UK leave the obscure EURATOM treaty. The treaty covers nuclear power, an issue which neither the Remain nor Leave camps even mentioned during the referendum campaign. How this decision will affect […]
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 […]
The Liberal Democrats have been accused of ‘lies’ after a Facebook advert claimed that Plaid Cymru were backing “an extreme Brexit”.
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.