John Osmond reports on the political relevance of a weekend conference that took a backward glance at 1960s Wales:
March 2009: Welsh MPs: Skills and strong Welsh brand key in global economy – Engage with science – Cameron visits south Wales – Wales could go nuclear.
February 2009: 9romotions all round, but nothing for Dafydd Wigley – Bid for new housing powers: the Assembly’s bid for further powers over housing – Welsh ambulances fail to meet targets again: a North-South divide revealed – Severn tidal power schemes: Energy Minister unveils possibilities.
John Osmond considers the main recommendation of an IWA study: The Assembly Government should enforce its requirement that Welsh local
John Osmond looks at the implications of a Scottish row for future funding of the National Assembly:
Cathy McLean provides a reality check on the Assembly Government’s carbon emission targets:
December 2008: Politics in 21st century Wales: leading figures discuss the future of their parties – “The crowd gives the leader new strength”: the Labour leadership contest is shaping up – The Valleys Job Crunch: the economic downturn takes hold – Plastic Bag Levy: should shoppers pay?
John Osmond says momentum is behind plans to change the Barnett formula used to fund Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland:
John Osmond reports on the debate that launched the IWA’s Politics in 21st Century Wales: