Welsh academic research excellence has been dependent on EU funding and freedom of movement which could be under threat in a post-Brexit UK, writes Trish D’Souza.
The Welsh and UK governments will remain at logger-heads for the foreseeable future as Brexit will continue to weaken Welsh Labour, write Professor Dan Wincott and Jac Larner
Austerity, Brexit and an emboldened Conservative government poses real risks to the future of devolution in Wales, argues Leighton Andrews
Remainers must vote with their heads rather than their hearts if they want any hope of staying in the EU, writes Geraint Talfan Davies
Leaving, remaining and Scottish independence are all on the table for next year regardless of what happens in the upcoming election, writes Dr Kirsty Hughes
A clear position on Brexit and ‘Unite to Remain’ will spur the recovery of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, writes Eluned Parrott
Geraint Talfan Davies discusses electoral campaigns, Brexit, Farage, and investing in our infrastructure.
Duncan Fisher explores how New Zealand’s, Scotland’s and Iceland’s approach to the economy is attempting to make their citizens happier.
Duncan Fisher argues that measuring Gross Domestic Product is flawed and we must embrace a new economics by adopting the ‘doughnut’