The welsh agenda Winter 2017: Ken Skates talks to Rhea Stevens. Graham Davies, Hannah Blythyn, Llyr Gruffydd & Darren Millar on connecting North East Wales. Exclusive Fiction: Dai Smith, Rachel Trezise, Rhian Elizabeth.
The welsh agenda Spring 2017: Kully Thiarai talks to Jasper Rees. Christopher Gage on The End of the liberal elite. Jo Hun on A Welsh Brexit. Interviews with Jo Kiernan; Shahien Taj; Joanna Penberthy; and Kirsty Williams.
The welsh agenda Autumn/Winter 2016: Young voices on 2016’s political earthquakes. Jonathan Cox on the Audacity of Hopelessness. Laura McAllister on A New Reality in Welsh Politics & a special report: tackling obesity.
Wales’ Oxbridge problem and how to possibly get our graduates back. Wales going digital and keeping up with the present. Dewi Knight provides an insider’s profile of Welsh Liberal Democrats’ party leader Kirsty Williams. Also a range of book reviews.
What polling tells us about “the Corbyn effect” on politics. Adam Price gives a pre-election rallying cry. What Wales can learn from the Basque Country. Findings of the IWA’s Let’s talk cancer project. Leighton Andrews plea for a constitutional convention.
How your General Election choice is important. A debate on the future of tuition fees in Wales. Liz Andrews on the demand for young people’s Mental Health Services. Issues surrounding Welsh medium education.
How the Scottish referendum will affect Wales. A report advocating increasing the number of AM’s in the Welsh Assembly. Looking back at when Cardiff was the coal capital of the world. Issues between trade unions and the party they created.
Wales is on the road to creating a better business environment. Julian Tudor Hart on the Welsh NHS alternative. How four politicians affected Wales’ relationship with Europe. How to get the Welsh language to fit the modern era.