Archive for November, 2010

How far will electrification be rolled out?
Nov
30

Inferiority complex threatens Welsh train service

Stuart Cole argues that only a seamless continuous investment approach to electrification of the Great Western lines makes sense

Protecting or reforming the NHS: Which is it to be?
Nov
29

Welsh Government got it right on health

Malcolm Prowle says the NHS cannot be isolated from other public services

Welsh Language Measure Alun Ffred Jones
Nov
29

New Measure will strengthen position of the language

Alun Ffred Jones argues that it is better for the Welsh Government rather than the courts to lay out Welsh language rights

Howard Marks
Nov
28

Howard Marks’ two-Wales model

Jonathan Brooks-Jones on a chronicle of scams, acquittals, and debauchery launched in Swansea tonight

Skills the essential tool to lead Wales out of recession
Nov
27

Skills the essential tool to lead Wales out of recession

Helen Mary Jones says the Welsh government’s budget choices reflect clear priorities and strong leadership

John Walter Jones
Nov
26

Wales must fill the vacuum left by Hunt

Geraint Talfan Davies suggests a way forward out of the S4C chaos

Continuing to invest where it is most needed
Nov
26

Continuing to invest where it is most needed

Alun Davies says Welsh Government has to pick up the pieces after the UK coalition’s economic crash

NHS Wales should be a special priority
Nov
25

NHS Wales should be a special priority

Nick Ramsay says the Welsh Government should do away with freebies such as universal free prescriptions to help protect the rest of the health budget

Welsh Government needs to do more with less
Nov
24
Budget cuts
Nov
23

Welsh Government should invest more to safeguard jobs

Eurfyl ap Gwilym argues that reducing the cuts in the Welsh budget’s capital spend would provide a counter-cyclical stimulus to the economy