A work program for young people could address the generational inequity of Wales, writes Geraint Talfan Davies.
Greening our workplaces, bio-corridors and biodiversity action plans need to compliment a green new deal, writes Robert Chapman.
The best way to protect the UK’s internal market and the devolution settlement is by collaboration and cooperation, writes Jeremy Miles MS.
The UK Government’s post-Brexit vision is a power grab to tie Wales to the Conservatives’ trade deals, writes Adam Price.
Helen Mary Jones writes that a Welsh Child Payment of £35 a week to children in poverty will be the priority for a Plaid Cymru government.
Wales has immense potential in the clean energy transition but it will only work with a strategy for connecting them up, argues Sanjoy Sen.
In an open letter, Remain campaigners call for Welsh Conservative MPs to stick to their promises.
Protections for renters elapse on 23 August and renter security must be a priority, argues Rebecca Woolley.
Dr Brian Merfyn Jones and Dr Edward Thomas Jones argue that independence is desirable and that our existing devolved structures should be utilised to prepare Wales.
Representative democracy has failed to address the climate and ecological crisis. A Welsh Citizens’ Assembly is the radical answer, says Dr Rhian Barrance.
Co-operatives and social enterprises already do a lot across Wales – they must be at the heart of the post-Covid economic agenda, writes Daniel Roberts.