Archive for June, 2010

Andrew Davies
Jun
30

Creating opportunity out of the funding crisis

Former Finance Minister Andrew Davies recommends how the Welsh Government should approach the coming cuts

Dai Smith
Jun
29
Jun
29

Ieuan Wyn Jones reveals his thinking on Welsh economic renewal

Importance of linking health spending to university research and business for developing the economy stressed at Academy Health Wales conference

Lord Maynard Keynes in 1940
Jun
29

The betrayal of the liberal tradition

David Marquand asks whether in the wake of the budget there is space for two conservative parties.

McDonalds under construction outside stadium
Jun
28

Junk food – no option for sports venues

Steve Garrett says Cardiff City Football Club and the WRU should do more to persuade kids to get fit by adopting a healthier diet

Perry Anderson, 'The New Old World'
Jun
27

Pan-European parties needed for effective integration

Andrew Blick reviews Perry Anderson’s study of the past, present and future of the European Union

Nos. 4-5
Jun
27
Henry Morton Stanley
Jun
26

Henry Morton Stanley: hero or villain?

Derek Jones reports on a drama that is stirring up a debate in Denbigh, the 19th Century explorer’s home town

Jun
26

David and Frances

In a lectured delivered at the National Library of Wales on 26 June 2010, Head of the Welsh Political Archive J. Graham Jones uses A. J. Sylvester’s detailed diaries in the custody of the Library to examine the tortuous build-up to the marriage of Lloyd George and Frances Stevenson at Guildford Registry Office on 23 October 1943

David Lloyd George
Jun
25

Why Lloyd George continues to fascinate us

John Osmond on a lecture at the National Library which throws new light on the Welsh statesman’s later years