Huw Irranca-Davies AM calls for cross-party cooperation to increase the number of AMs
The big picture on Welsh electoral reform
Jess Blair examines the impact of reform to both local elections and the Assembly.
Welsh Assembly must not miss this golden opportunity for reform
Jess Blair urges the Assembly to take the lead on democratic reform ahead of a motion today in plenary.
With a British Macron elusive, what chance a Welsh Agir?
Nicolas Webb considers the possibility for a resurgent centrist politics in Wales under new electoral systems.
Expansion of the Senedd requires public consent
Robin Hunter Clarke argues a referendum should be held before Wales has more Assembly Members.
Turkeys don’t vote for Christmas
Dafydd Wigley examines proposals to reform the Lords and says the UK is heading for a constitutional quagmire
ITV boss says news for Wales is safe
Geraint Talfan Davies gives the background to a bullish address by ITV’s Chief Executive at Cardiff Business Club
Accelerating Welsh history
John Osmond examines the impact of the 1979, 1997 and 2011 referendums on Welsh politics
Does Labour have an overwhelming majority?
As Welsh Labour forms a government John Osmond takes issue with a view that constituency and List members in the Assembly have a different democratic legitimacy