Glyndwr Cennydd Jones incorporates the moderate elements of both unionism and nationalism into confederal-federalism.
Mae the welsh agenda yn gylchgrawn Saesneg sydd yn cael ei hariannu gan Gyngor Llyfrau Cymru. Mae erthyglau’r cylchgrawn yn Saesneg ond mae’r tudalennau am waith y Sefydliad Materion Cymraeg ar gael yn ddwyieithog.
Part One: A Sovereign Wales in an Isle-wide Confederation
In the first of a five-part essay exploring the constitutional future of the UK, Glyndwr Cennydd Jones outlines devolution, federalism and confederalism.
What now for Wales?
The Welsh and UK governments will remain at logger-heads for the foreseeable future as Brexit will continue to weaken Welsh Labour, write Professor Dan Wincott and Jac Larner
The UK’s constitution is wanting, all options should be on the table
Glyndwr Cennydd Jones’ summary paper ‘Constitutional Frameworks and Sovereignty in These Isles’ explores models of reform for the UK generally, and Wales specifically
May’s triple defeat will be a crucial turning point
Geraint Talfan-Davies on Gordian knots and the chances of a new referendum
Dr John Ball analyses the main economic issues associated with an independent Wales.
A Constitutional Convention to discuss future arrangements for the UK
Lord David Owen, Gwynoro Jones, Lord Elystan Morgan and Glyndwr Cennydd Jones share thoughts on the UK Union and the need for a Constitutional Convention following Carwyn Jones, Gordon Brown and Keiza Dugdale’s meeting at the Wales Governance Centre, Cardiff yesterday
A reformed state or failing constitution?
David Melding says his 2009 book ‘Will Britain Survive Beyond 2020?’ is closer to the mark than most thought.
Last Brexit to the Valleys
Gareth Williams looks at UKIP’s recent valley’s insurgencies.