A Westminster farce
Ben Wildsmith I’m not generally so tragic as to watch several hours of Parliamentary procedure on the telly but I’m…3 comments.
What can be done to tackle Wales’ housing problem?
Mike Hedges – MS for Swansea East Swansea currently has over eight thousand people on the housing waiting list and…2 comments.
Why I’m optimistic about Wales’ ambition to be a nation of good ancestors
Derek Walker – Future Generations Commissioner for Wales Wales has a commitment to protect people who haven’t been born yet. We’re in…3 comments.
Welsh steelmaking secured for many decades to come
David TC Davies, Secretary of State for Wales Port Talbot steelworks had to undergo enormous operational changes, or the entire site…16 comments.
Gwern Gwynfil Wales has a globally admired law, enacted in 2015, designed to hardwire the integrity and wellbeing of the…4 comments.
Ben Wildsmith Can you remember the last time a government did something that positively affected your life? I bow to…15 comments.
Amazon Prime – subtitles should be a right, not a luxury
Stephen Price Like many people who should wear their hearing aids, my mum never could quite get on with them.…One comment.
Labour must improve its offer to the people – or hard right populists will seize the agenda
Martin Shipton This week’s two by-elections may have confirmed that Labour will win this year’s general election, but I’ve never…12 comments.
The case for Senedd reform
Delyth Jewell MS Democracy depends on having a legislature that works properly. It’s been known for some time that the…14 comments.
Why the independence movement in Wales needs to evolve
Ethan Jones The idea of Wales becoming an independent country is a radical idea to many. It is a significant…7 comments.
Whichever way you spin it, we are a long, long way away from seeing anything happen at Wylfa
Ieuan Môn Williams, Labour PPC for Ynys Môn The first time I remember going to Wylfa was in the 90s…12 comments.