Labour’s failure in the general election will lead to more needless suffering. Merlin Gable explains why the party cannot give up hope.
Why we need to call time on the outdated benefits system for terminally ill people
Simon Jones argues that the recently announced review into the current benefits system for terminally ill people must lead to swift action
Mark Drakeford’s socialist credentials
Adam Johannes argues that with no socialist First Minister on offer, a new socialist movement must be built in Wales.
Universal Credit: the calm before the storm?
The full roll-out of Universal Credit will significantly increase the number of people requiring advice and support, warns Will Atkinson
‘A Room of One’s Own’ – A Call for Inclusive and Sustainable Spaces Empowering, Protecting and Supporting Women
Claudia Boes makes a call for inclusive and sustainable spaces to empower, protect and support women.
Universal Credit is detrimental to our children’s mental health
Jennifer Daffin highlights the issues that may be caused when Universal Credit is rolled out to some of Wales’ most deprived areas
What can be further done to improve the Universal Credit policy?
Hayley Macnamara explains that recently announced changes to Universal Credit policy aren’t enough
Cutting back on disabled people
Rhian Davies says that a quarter of the Welsh population are threatened by the Westminster Government’s welfare changes