Joe Rossiter writes that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s rollback of key net zero policies will have devastating effects for the UK and Wales
Glyndwr Cennydd Jones calls for a constitution that will codify the relations between the four nations in the UK.
The likely loss of 3,000 jobs at Tata Steel Port Talbot shows how a failure to prepare for the necessities of a just and fair transition to net zero will have devastating effects, writes Joe Rossiter.
Ken Moon examines the ‘Economic Activity of Public Bodies (Overseas Matters) Bill (UK)’ and its possible impact on the right to boycott in Wales.
Sarah Rees, head of Oxfam Cymru, argues the cost of Wales’ transition to Net Zero should not be shouldered by the poorest in society.
Dr Máté Fodor and Dr Marlen Komorowski emphasise the importance of a data-driven approach to setting strategy for the future of the journalism sector in Wales
Reimagining journalism is difficult, but Wales is heading in the right direction, writes Dylan Moore
Joe Rossiter writes that Wales’ next First Minister will need to act boldly in the face of systemic challenges, following the announcement of a budget shortfall
Any major anniversary is a time of anticipation, celebration and reflection. 5 July, 2023, the 75th anniversary of the National
Ruth Lawrence highlights how Welsh agricultural policy can help to support a sustainable, agroecological future for Welsh farming.
David Hagendyk argues that sustained investment in vocational and technical education in Wales is more important than ever for a sustainable and more equal Wales.