It’s time to give citizens and communities a meaningful say on Wales’ constitutional future, say Anwen Elias and Matt Jarvis, Noreen Blanluet and Mike Corcoran.
Dr Alan Sandry and Dr Huw Evans outline a vision of what the constitution of an independent Wales could look like…
Glyndwr Cennydd Jones incorporates the moderate elements of both unionism and nationalism into confederal-federalism.
In the first of a five-part essay exploring the constitutional future of the UK, Glyndwr Cennydd Jones outlines devolution, federalism and confederalism.
Anna Mercer looks at why inter-parliamentary working in Northern Ireland has been, and remains, a challenge.
The best way to protect the UK’s internal market and the devolution settlement is by collaboration and cooperation, writes Jeremy Miles MS.
Andy Regan argues that the pandemic is a clear prompt for parliaments to work together more effectively
The UK needs major surgery and we must be open-minded about what the future of these islands should look like, writes Glyndwr Cennydd Jones
Our political leaders are playing with fire by devaluing our representative institutions and a larger conversation around our constitutional future is long overdue, argues Paul Silk