Two weeks ahead of the 2021 Senedd election, Harry Thompson assesses the potential for agreement on economic policy between Welsh Labour and Plaid Cymru.
New IWA Board Members
The Institute of Welsh Affairs is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Alison Wride, Leena Farhat, Sarah Prescott and Shereen Williams to the Board of the IWA.
Scrutiny without borders?
Andy Regan argues that the pandemic is a clear prompt for parliaments to work together more effectively
Putting Wales in the driving seat
John Osmond reflects on the way the IWA has survived over thirty years
The big issues facing the education workforce
Owen Hathway examines the results of Wales’ first national education survey
A Small, Worldly City by Ana Gonçalves
Dylan Moore reviews a new book concerned with the cultural and social transformation of Cardiff
Leading change in an agile government: the 5 Cs
Kirsty Williams shares her lessons from being in government and her guiding principles for leading and delivering change
Mobilising the potential of the Great Western Force
Can the Great West emulate the success of the Northern Powerhouse and Midlands Engine? Professor Gill Bristow of Cardiff University considers the opportunity for the region to deliver on the UK Government’s place-based Industrial Strategy
A mish-mash muddle
Eluned Morgan argues that the Wales Act fails to bring clarity to the devolution settlement