Jon Owen Jones reflects on the 1998 election and the role of the electoral college in Welsh Labour
The Perils of Patriotic Politicians
Gethin Matthews warns against talk of patriotism in Welsh politics.
The dead end road of health care as a business
Julian Tudor Hart says the Welsh NHS alternative can become a model for the rest of the UK
Whatever London does we can do the opposite
Jon Owen Jones argues that devolution has been hampered by the absence of responsibility for taxation
How Iraq war caused a tipping point in trust
A decade on from the conflict Anthony Barnett says the resulting contempt the ruled have for their rulers has not diminished
Labour should fuse patriotism with progressive politics
John Osmond reports that the Shadow Secretary of State for Wales believes his party needs to embrace a national mission
The man who came to Neath
Peter Stead gets to grips with Peter Hain’s autobiography
Pluralism versus sectarianism in Welsh Labour
Annabelle Harle questions the wisdom of Peter Hain seeking First Past the Post for Assembly elections
Anthony Barnett argues that the mess that Jeremy Hunt wishes to see sorted out is the very fusion of politicians, journalists and media owners that govern us – the political class.