Leanne Wood argues that the devolution of criminal justice offers an opportunity to do things differently
The government’s new strategy means we have an opportunity to reduce counterproductive short-term prison sentences, which fail to address the core issues and do little to discourage reoffending, argues Bernie Bowen-Thompson
Steve Brooks urges action to tackle abuse and sexual misconduct in public life in Wales.
Oliver Townsend argues that the Supporting People programme has attracted widespread political and policy consensus, but action is still needed to protect it.
Will Atkinson argues that lessons must be learnt quickly, and thoroughly, from the disaster at Grenfell Tower
Robin Tilbrook suggests that there would be positive consequences for the legal system if there was to be a separate Welsh legal jurisdiction
Theodore Huckle QC makes the case for a legal jurisdiction and devolving justice.
Nicolas Webb says the Police Commissioner role has worked for Wales.
Alan Trench looks at whether a separate Welsh legal jurisdiction should be established.