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.
Eurfyl ap Gwilym unpacks the UK Government’s response to the House of Lords Select Committee on the Barnett formula
Eurfyl ap Gwilym assesses the impact of the 2009 pre-budget report on the Welsh Government’s spending plans
John Osmond discovers a device to halt the forward march of Welsh aspirations hidden away in a recent speech by Justice Secretary Jack Straw
John Osmond offers an analysis of the First Minister’s new Cabinet.
Rhys David explains how he will be tracking the performance of a group of Welsh companies against the UK economy as a whole.
John Osmond relays some advice for the Welsh Government on managing the vote on timing the next Assembly plebiscite.
Alan Trench reports on the Holtham Commission’s new working paper on a needs-based replacement to the Barnett formula.