Professor Martin Innes argues the Welsh Government and the Senedd must move to protect Welsh media and politics from disinformation.
Darren Hughes from the Welsh NHS Confederation argues broader reforms are needed to counter the pressures facing the NHS in Wales.
Andy White from the Consumer Council for Water (CCW) argues the Welsh Government and water providers must address the root causes of water poverty in the face of territorial inequalities.
Baroness Jenny Randerson speaks to Josiah Mortimer about reforming the Welsh and UK electoral systems and the future of devolution.
Andrew RT Davies argues that the Senedd must do more to appeal to the average (non) voter and offers specific reforms to the Senedd’s business.
Dr Alison Tarrant argues that a re-think of adult social care shouldn’t solely focus on funding – it needs to look again at its fundamental purpose.
Dr John Ball argues that – without major changes – the Welsh Government’s proposed Universal Basic Income falls at the first hurdle.
Manon Roberts compares and contrasts the Welsh and UK Governments different approaches to combating structural racism.
Jane Powell argues that regulation of the food chain must gain the trust of farmers and be about prevention – both of which is under threat.