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
The Tory poll lead will matter less in Wales as Labour’s strong ground game and voting tradition closes the gap by polling day, writes Cathy Owens and Harry Thompson
Plaid Cymru’s election hopes are on a knife-edge as losing razor thin majorities and breaking new ground looks equally likely, writes Dafydd Trystan
A clear position on Brexit and ‘Unite to Remain’ will spur the recovery of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, writes Eluned Parrott
Scandals around the Ross England and Chris Davies selections should have damaged the Welsh Conservatives but there is no evidence to suggest it has, writes Daran Hill
Geraint Talfan Davies discusses electoral campaigns, Brexit, Farage, and investing in our infrastructure.
Jess Blair reflects on the results of Wales’ largest ever in-depth survey on how people feel about politics in Wales.
Laura McAllister and Diana Stirbu explore the threats and opportunities facing the political parties in Wales, ahead of the general election
As Theresa May takes charge, Daran Hill outlines why she should consider a fresh General Election.