Opinion

Westminster is deliberately holding back Cardiff Airport – and Wales’ economy – to favour Bristol

David Williams This morning the Welsh Government has accused the Westminster Government of deliberately holding back plans to boost the number of domestic routes from Cardiff Airport. This isn’t a surprise as the Westminster Government has shown every indication of wanting to hold back the development of Cardiff Airport and […]

How memes are changing the Welsh national movement

Joe Williams Are memes really a part of the Welsh National Movement? Do memes have any importance? Are they even really a topic worth discussing? If you had asked me a year ago, I would have said that memes were a fun, albeit inconsequential part of politics within Wales. They […]

The trial of nine Catalan political prisoners clashes with the fundamental values of the European Union

Jill Evans, Plaid Cymru MEP Today, after having been in arbitrary pre-trial detention for over fourteen months, nine Catalan political prisoners (six former members of the Catalan Government, the former Speaker of Parliament and two civil society leaders) are facing a long trial before the Spanish Supreme Court. They face the […]