Alun Davies sets out his thoughts on the process for forging agreement on local government reform.
Merlin Gable analyses the upcoming electoral reform in local government and why it may mark a turning point for Welsh democracy.
Gerald Holtham and Tegid Roberts make the case for a system of enhanced social insurance, to meet the escalating costs of social care
This follow-up piece outlines some of the policy options available to the newly elected local authorities on 5th May, and examines a number of more radical and difficult policy options.
Caitlin Prowle and Malcolm Prowle set out the policy context which Welsh local authorities now face in terms of existing challenges and financial resources.
Martin Warren considers whether after years of debate and discussion local government reform can be delivered without a firmer hand being applied.
Mike Hedges suggests a method to link Council Tax more effectively with what is directly spent on community services.
Daran Hill explores how the assembly election will play in terms of local government reform.
James Downe reflects on the process of local government reform in Wales, and offers some thoughts about the future.