Archive for November, 2008

Nov
24

Vulcan salute

Peter Finch reflects on the possible demise of the Vulcan pub in Cardiff:

Nov
20

Fiscal federalism

John Osmond says momentum is behind plans to change the Barnett formula used to fund Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland:

Nov
18

Rhodri reveals his ankle

John Osmond reports on the debate that launched the IWA’s Politics in 21st Century Wales:

Nov
17

Politics in 21st century Wales

John Osmond reports on some remarkable insights into the future of Welsh politics:

Nov
12

Tools for the recession

Professor James Foreman-Peck, Cardiff Business School: Deputy First Minister, Ieuan Wyn Jones, maintains that the Assembly Government’s approach to alleviating the impact on Wales of the present crisis demonstrates the importance of devolution. His claim – reported on WalesOnline on November 4 – raises two distinct questions. First, what can any government really do about [...]

Nov
10

The Obama effect

Charlotte Williams reflects on the impact of Senator Barack Obama’s victory in the American election:

Nov
05

Regional Press Under Threat

Carolyn McCall says ownership rules must change and the BBC must hold back if the regional press is to survive Times are incredibly tough for most businesses and almost all media companies. But it’s also very clear to me that there remain opportunities for those bold enough to take them and many reasons to be [...]

Nov
04

Call for Welsh Oyster Card

John Osmond reports on a new IWA publication which challenges the Assembly Government’s ‘Progressive Consensus’

Nov
03

Assembly Bwletin Cynulliad November 2008

November 2008: Wales First Economic Summit: Seven point action plan revealed – The All Wales Convention: Who has a true voice? – Welsh Liberal Democrat Leadership Contest: A woman, but which woman? – Welsh NHS Reorganisation: Changes unveiled.