John Osmond admires the political memoirs of the Labour MP for Newport West
John Osmond says the decision on electrification of the Great Western rail line to Swansea will signal whether we still register on Westminster’s radar
Kirsty Williams on how Ministers in the Assembly are the last group of politicians in Wales who still police themselves.
Richard Livsey addresses the challenge of creating innovative, indigenous enterprises
Reflecting on a week spent in Edinburgh
Stuart Weir says next year’s AV referendum is an ugly and undemocratic manoeuvre
Rhys David reports on an IWA conference on the issues and dilemmas arising from Wales’s four main parties having a share in governing the country
David Marquand asks whether in the wake of the budget there is space for two conservative parties.
In a lectured delivered at the National Library of Wales on 26 June 2010, Head of the Welsh Political Archive J. Graham Jones uses A. J. Sylvester’s detailed diaries in the custody of the Library to examine the tortuous build-up to the marriage of Lloyd George and Frances Stevenson at Guildford Registry Office on 23 October 1943