If Labour are the party that ‘stands up for Wales’, now is the time to prove it, says Prof Richard Wyn Jones
The third in a new series of fortnightly podcasts from the Institute of Welsh Affairs analysing the latest events in Welsh politics.
Michael Sullivan argues we are witnessing the rebirth of social democracy as a result of Labour’s co-option of Welsh nationalism
John Osmond says the constitutional ideas being pushed by Carwyn Jones and now Gordon Brown are heading towards a confederation
Gareth Hughes says fewer Welsh MPs are the key to implementation of the Silk Commission proposals
Owen Smith warns of the consequences for Wales of unpicking the Union
Mark Elliott reports on the First Minister’s views that Welsh sovereignty will entail fundamental changes to the UK constitution
Jon Owen Jones assesses the chances of the party leaders as they face two years of electoral hurdles.
Steve Brooks outlines his shock at the First Minister’s visit to Uganda following the publication, last year, of an Anti-Homosexuality Bill.