Archive for December, 2011

Egyptian protesters, the first of the Arab nations to demonstrate for a democratic state
Dec
31

Continuing the long revolution

Anthony Barnett provides an introduction to the Raymond Williams Annual Lecture which he delivered a few weeks ago

The Occupy Wall Street protest, which sparked a series of emulators across America this summer
Dec
31

The Long and the Quick of Revolution

Anthony Barnett, Raymond Williams Annual Lecture, 26 November 2011, St John’s College, Oxford

Ieuan Wyn Jones AM, Leader of Plaid Cymru
Dec
30
Kirsty Williams AM leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats
Dec
29

Looking ahead to 2012: Standing up for the less well off

Kirsty Williams claims the Welsh Liberal democrats are punching above their weight in the National Assembly

Andrew R.T. Davies, leader of the Welsh Conservatives
Dec
28
Carwyn Jones
Dec
27

Looking ahead to 2012: Wales must remain an integral part of the EU

Carwyn Jones says the Welsh Government’s priority for 2012 is to steer a generation of young people away from the dole queue

Resistance-Film-Poster
Dec
26

Discovering the Olchon Valley

John Osmond celebrates the first novel, now filmed, by one of Wales leading young writers

Tom Lloyd, Herald of Wales
Dec
25

How heraldry prospers in today’s Wales

Trevor Fishlock reports on the extraordinary survival of an invented tradition

Treasury
Dec
24

Treasury blocks Welsh funding claims

Alun Trench finds Wales has lost heavily in a resolution of the row over financing the 2012 Olympics

Caerwyn Roderick (left), former deputy leader of South Glamorgan County Council and Canon Bob Morgan (right), formerly leader of South Glamorgan County Council
Dec
23

Politicians with hinterland

Mark Drakeford looks back at the lives of two Welsh socialist leaders who offer lessons in humanity for our own era