Hannah Hyams argues that further devolution could improve the quality of life for children with disabilities in Wales
Wales needs full power and responsibility for criminal justice
Leanne Wood argues that the devolution of criminal justice offers an opportunity to do things differently
Is Wales really too poor to be independent?
John Ball unpicks the economic arguments against Welsh independence
Reconciling funding and expenditure in Wales
Eurfyl ap Gwilym sets out how Wales is funded
Male, pale and stale: Widening the pool
Dr Diana Stirbu and Dr Huw Pritchard present a project which asks “what prevents people from a wider range of backgrounds standing for election to the National Assembly for Wales?”
Building a stronger National Assembly (“We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat…”)
Owain ap Gareth explores the options to bolster the National Assembly for Wales.
A honeymoon period in the polls for the new PM?
Roger Scully looks at the results of the latest Welsh Political Barometer Poll.
Risks in tax devolution talks if Welsh concerns pushed aside
Guto Ifan and Ed Gareth Poole set out the issues at stake for Wales in tax devolution.
New report detailing Welsh public finances finds deficit of £14.7 billion
Ed Poole and Guto Ifan outline the findings of their Government and Expenditure Review for Wales.