Archive for July, 2010

Paula Manley and others at the UK Deputy Ambassador’s residence in New York
Jul
31

What’s Beijing got to do with us?

Paula Manley represented Wales at this year’s UN Convention on the Status of Women in New York

Iona Jones
Jul
30

Probing the deafening silence around S4C’s crisis

Gwion Owain goes behind the headlines to unpack the resignation of Iona Jones as the Welsh channel’s chief executive

David Cameron
Jul
30

Falling out over money

Editorial in the Summer 2010 issue of Agenda predicts some ‘family rows’ between the UK nations

Paul Robeson and Aneurin Bevan
Jul
29

The Aneurin Bevan and Paul Robeson connection

This year’s IWA Eisteddfod lecture is being printed courtesy of a file discovered in an attic

Andrew Lansley, Secretary of State for Health
Jul
28

Confusion of the Quangos

Alan Trench warns the proposed merger of the Health Protection Agency and Department of Health could have catastrophic consequences

JaneDavidson, Minister for the Environment, Sustainability and Housing
Jul
28

Whitehall ducks scrutiny on climate change

Peter Davies says abolition of Sustainable Development Commission could provide an opportunity for Wales

Jana Bennet, BBC Director of Vision
Jul
27

Making Wales visible

Geraint Talfan Davies listens to an historic statement about the BBC’s intent to reflect the nations of the UK

Jul
27
David Hawker
Jul
27

Head of Education Department quits

The departure of one of Wales’s leading civil servants reveals a personality clash at the heart of government policy

Ysgol Capel Seion
Jul
26

Questioning the closure of small schools

David Reynolds says variability in local authority performance ‘screams out’ from a new report on small schools