Opinion

Scrapping the M4 relief road today will send a message that the climate emergency is more than just words

Patrick O’Brien Confronted by the dispassionate but piercing censure of Greta Thunberg, governments did the previously unimaginable: confessed to the feebleness of their response to the gathering calamity of global climate breakdown and resolved to do better. Faced with the moral and pragmatic authority of the 16-year-old Nobel Peace Prize […]

We can lead the way in making Wales a Fair Work Nation

Mick Antoniw, Labour AM for Pontypridd “Decent work sums up the aspirations of people in their working lives.  It involves opportunities for work that is productive and delivers a fair income, security in the workplace and social protection for families, better prospects for personal development and social integration, freedom for […]

What it will take to get to a million Welsh speakers by 2050

Cynog Dafis   When Alun Davies and the Welsh Government set a target of a million Welsh-speakers by 2050, they radically changed the policy agenda. Instead of continuing to talk about protecting and preserving the Welsh language the intention is now to restore Welsh as a widely-used national language. One […]