Rhys David laments the loss of another Welsh manufacturing business and suggests more than the same old solutions will be needed if the Welsh economy is to be set on a path of growth.
Simon Nurse reports on some encouraging signs for the Welsh economy.
Geraint Talfan Davies assesses the runners and riders in the unprecedented sprint to award contracts for ITV’s news for Wales
Rhys David looks at how a selection of Welsh shares performed in December as the UK continues its slow recovery from recession and finds a mixed picture.
Simon Nurse, Head of Operations at Capital Coated Steel and Editor of IESME (Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Business) asks should we planning for harsher winters ahead?
Geraint Talfan Davies outlines the IWA submission to the House of Lords Constitution Committee’s investigation of referendums.
Tom Nairn questions Canon Kenyon Wright’s claim that there is a route to establish Scottish sovereignty short of independence.
December is a busy month in the Bay: “The king is dead, long live the king” – Carwyn Jones, the new First Minister; Mohammad Asghar crosses the floor – The first Assembly defection; Out with the old and in with the new? – The new WAG cabinet
Canon Kenyon Wright examines how the principle of popular sovereignty asserted by the Scottish Constitutional Convention can be realised in today’s Scotland.