Dr Alan Renwick shares news from the Independent Commission on Referendums and an upcoming Cardiff seminar
Professor Karen Holford argues high quality research can deliver significant long-term economic benefits.
In the light of Hay Festival’s recent callout to Welsh and Wales-based writers for its innovative Writers at Work scheme, the editor of the welsh agenda caught up with one of last year’s beneficiaries, clare.e. potter
Following on from a recent debate hosted by the IWA, Wales Governance Centre and All Party Parliamentary Group on Devolution in the House of Lords, we share a series of reflections from leading academics on the implications of the EU Withdrawal Bill on the devolved Nations.
Today, Dr Jo Hunt considers the UK internal market and its relationship with the constitution of the UK.
Sarah Scotcher argues a clear direction needs to be established before Off-site manufacturing can offer a solution to delivering affordable homes
Andrew Carter argues that automation will bring big opportunities to Welsh cities, but we need to act now to prepare people for the changes ahead.
The First Minister sets out Welsh Government proposals for our future trading relationship with the EU after Brexit.
Angela Graham considers the implications of the recent BBC Religion and Ethics Review
Brian Morgan shares his analysis of the Welsh Government’s new Economic Action Plan