The IWA’s Economic Policy Lead Harry Thompson takes a look at whether Wales’ fiscal framework truly allows transformative policy-making.
Mike Hedges MS advocates a reexamination of the UK taxation system, and outlines some proposals for reforming it.
Time to Pay Social Care Workers Fairly
Adrian Roper calls for the Welsh Government to make good on campaign promises and provide a pay rise for care workers.
Senedd 2021 and Tax Part 2: What the Manifestos Have to Say
Rhys ap Gwilym says the main parties’ manifestos bear out his fear that Wales’ politicians would be fiscally timid ahead of the Senedd election
Senedd 2021 and Tax: What Do We Expect of the Parties?
Dr. Rhys ap Gwilym explores how each party might use the Senedd’s ability to make Wales-specific tax policy.
Tick, Tick, Tax?
Nick Ramsay MS speculates whether or not Welsh Government will flex their taxation muscles, in order to fund Coivd-19 recovery.
A Year in Review: Mark Drakeford
The First Minister’s inaugural 12 months has been overshadowed by Westminster machinations but housing and council tax are issues he must get to grips with soon, write Rhiannon Evans and Rob Palmizi
Tax devolution post Brexit
Gerry Holtham considers the implications of capital gains tax for Wales
These Isles: Navigating Fiscal Decentralisation
These Isles is an essay by Glyndwr Cennydd Jones, presented in four weekly parts on Click, subtitled Mapping the Union, Plotting a Course to Confederal Federalism, Navigating Fiscal Decentralisation and Charting a Constitution. This is part three.