Amid the coronavirus outbreak, the Labour leadership contest has been relegated down the news agenda, but tomorrow’s announcement gives Poppy Stowell-Evans reason to hope.
There are lessons to be learned from the Corbyn era. Moving on from Brexit and cracking down on dissent must be top of the agenda for the new leader, writes Mike Hedges
Labour’s failure in the general election will lead to more needless suffering. Merlin Gable explains why the party cannot give up hope.
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
Steve Thomas considers where political responsibility for the acrimony of Brexit lies
Martin Shipton reflects on Carl Sargeant’s death, and the impact on Welsh politics
Jonathan Edwards considers the consequences if the UK Government fails to win the support of parliament for a Brexit deal
Theo davies-Lewis introduces a campaign to commemorate the legacy of one of Wales’ forgotten statesmen
Gareth Leaman reviews Steve Howell’s account of the 2017 Labour election campaign