Abolishing the Senedd is a risible policy, but the response to the proposal is motivated by issues beyond the technicalities of devolution, writes Ioan Phillips.
Gwyneth Sweatman writes that although it might not have dominated headlines, the recent changes to the Welsh Parliament could well have profound effects.
Theo Davies-Lewis looks at the first Senedd debate on the right to hold an independence referendum.
The experiences of disabled people in Wales shows that lockdown hasn’t affected us all in the same way, writes Grace Quantock.
Maisy Evans writes that expanding the franchise to include 16 and 17 year olds was the right thing to do but now we need to make it an informed vote.
Next year’s Welsh Parliamentary elections can still be a turning point in Wales’ devolved politics, argues Matt Smith.
Poppy Stowell-Evans on how to make the new normal significantly more desirable than the old normal – and significantly more equal.
Colette Hulot tells how Wales has given her space to reflect on identity, mobility and migration
Peter Daniels argues that London must take Wales’ needs seriously, and that talk of independence in the context of the pandemic is far from ‘frivolous’
Frances Williams observes that, even in the midst of pandemic, politicians in Wales and Westminster are not above a dirty blame game
Adam Somerset reminds us that human history has often been a story of unknown disease sweeping the globe