Opinion

Deadpool 2 – Film Review

The opening to Deadpool 2 is like a Flip Book of of his comics; globetrotting mercenary levels of killing economy doused in meta-humour that reaches through the fourth wall to slap you silly. Though Deadpool may be wearing the same suit, and frolic with many of the same characters, the […]

Wales won’t be free until our LGBT citizens are also free

Adam Price AM A week today it will be thirty years since passing section 28 in the Local Government Act 1988 at the time. Enacted on the 24thof May 1988 Section 28 stated that a local authority “shall not intentionally promote homosexuality or publish material with the intention of promoting homosexuality”. […]

Labour in Wales: Standing up for… Swindon

Leanne Wood AM On Wednesday we saw Labour vote with UKIP and the Tories on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill to hand powers back to Westminster. The following day we witnessed something almost equally as shocking – a Labour government arguing that they were happy to allow the Conservatives in Westminster […]