Opinion

5 reasons to reject Labour’s weaker Welsh language act

Manon Elin, Cymdeithas yr Iaith You can read this article in Welsh here. Last summer, the Government published a white paper outlining its plan for a new Language Act. An Act, which would, in Cymdeithas yr Iaith’s view, be a step backwards for the Welsh language, and wouldn’t help to […]

Welsh Labour should resist efforts to paint criticism of the Israeli government as anti-Semitic

Max Wallis Last week, the Israeli parliament adopted a declaration that only Jews have the right to self-determination in Israel. It was strongly opposed in Israel as racist, in excluding citizens of Arab descent. The proponents said it just codifies existing practice. Indeed! For example, the Israeli state defines people worldwide […]

Adam Price is the visionary leader that Plaid Cymru needs

Cynog Dafis, former Plaid Cymru MP for Ceredigion and AM for Mid and West Wales Plaid Cymru is in the electoral doldrums. We narrowly averted disaster in the 2017 election and our membership is stagnant at a time of buzzing, if sceptical, interest in the political process. Both Labour and the […]

The contest for the most laborious leadership race drags on

Daran Hill, Managing Director at Positif public affairs consultancy The most turbulent term ever at the Assembly in party political terms is drawing to a close, leaving observers both breathless and bewildered. Yet some questions continue to niggle. How on earth did it take some people so long to make their minds […]