Nye Davies looks at the dispute between the Welsh and UK Governments over the Trade Union Bill.
Let’s All Play Welsh Legislation Bingo!
Richard Wyn Jones dissects the Welsh legislative process
Can we deliver the ambition?
Anna McMorrin says the real test for the Future Generations Bill will be whether it delivers on its aims.
Democracy, social justice and a touch of EVEL
Emyr Lewis asks what the Supreme Court’s decision against an Asbestos Bill for Wales means for judicial attitudes to devolution.
Supreme Court rules against Asbestos Bill
Mick Antoniw says he is disappointed by a decision to rule against a new Asbestos Bill being within the Assembly’s competence.
A change in practice or a change in terminology?
Ruth Northway asks whether proposals to change the terminology around special educational needs will make a difference
More than a cynical name change
Mike O’Neill says that additional learning needs reform has the potential to make a positive difference in his work.
A Raw Deal: The Inequality of the SEN Reforms for the Welsh People
Nathan Davies outlines why increased divergence between special education needs provision is a raw deal for Wales
Don’t mention the Women
Cathy Owens explains why it’s important a Bill fighting violence against women should include women.