Archive for January, 2011

Rachel Banner, leader of the True Wales campaign
Jan
31

Psychology of the No campaign

John Osmond reports on a movement’s frustration with their ‘David and Goliath’ struggle

Edwin Morgan, political poet
Jan
30

Scotland Special 2: Beyond the last dragon

Donny O’Rourke reflects on a new biography of Scotand’s leading poet of the last half century

Alex Salmond, First Minister of Scotland and Leader of the SNP
Jan
29

Scotland Special 1: Sleep walking to independence

Gerry Hassan explores the next steps on the road to self-determination for SNP

The Rhyd-y-Car Ironworkers' houses: The first manifestation, in 1985, of the strategy to respond to the industrialisation of many Welsh communities
Jan
28

St Fagans’ £20m makeover

David Anderson reveals how Amgueddfa Werin Cymru is being transformed to become the national museum for Wales’s history

Jan
28

Assembly Bwletin Cynulliad January 2011

Yes, no, maybe – The referendum in March; Opt in or opt out? The troubled Organ Donation LCO; Rail electrification – can Wales wait until March?

Chopping and changing the schedule (Photo by Sioned Edwards)
Jan
27

Hacking the language

Carl Morris describes an innovative conference being held this weekend aimed at increasing Wales’ presence on the web

Paul Matthews sitting alongside Rachel Banner at the launch of the No campaign
Jan
27

The Welsh are inferior – it’s official

Geraint Talfan Davies issues an invitation to enlighten the faint-hearted

Carl Sargeant, Minister for Social Justice and Local Government
Jan
26

They speak with weasel words

Kirsty Davies finds a gap between the rhetoric of the Westminster and Welsh Governments on women’s representation and the reality on the ground

Geraint Talfan Davies speaking at the launch of the Inspire Wales Awards (Photo courtesy of Media Wales)
Jan
26
Nicholas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel
Jan
25

Attack on euro means greater EU integration

John Palmer says France and Germany will not allow a full-blown euro-area solvency crisis