Archive for March, 2012

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Mar
31

Carwyn Jones calls for written constitution

John Osmond reports on a speech by the First Minister in which he predicted a radical shake-up of Wales’s relationship with the rest of the UK

The first steps towards a separate Welsh jurisdiction is a historic moment, the last time Wales had laws of her own was brought to an end with the death of Llewelyn ap Gruffydd
Mar
30

The symbolism and practicality of Welsh sovereignty

John Osmond says we need a Welsh jurisdiction to penetrate the pea soup that is preventing devolution from working properly

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Mar
29

A global Scot of ideas

Gerry Hassan pays tribute to Tom Nairn who turns 80 this year

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Mar
28

Future of NHS Wales 2:
Finding a Welsh way for the heath service

Marcus Longley says that to improve health delivery we need a distinctive package of incentives

Aneurin Bevan visiting a patient at Park hospital in Trafford on 5 July 1948. The girl in the photograph, 13, was the first to benefit from free healthcare under the NHS
Mar
27

Future of NHS Wales 1:
Can Bevanite socialised medicine survive?

John Osmond launches a debate on the priorities facing the Welsh Government in its biggest spending arena

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Mar
26

Boost needed to push our international profile

David Rowe-Beddoe says inward investment policy is confused and poor performance is the result

Henry Tudor's knights travelling wales to spread his word. but has the series been all gallop?
Mar
25

We need more Welsh stories

Derek Jones continues his appreciation of BBC 1 Wales’ history series which concludes tomorrow

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Mar
24

Football clubs that face oblivion

Ken Skates recalls the painful memories of humiliation that confronted Wrexham FC

George Osborne with the 2012 budget
Mar
23
The debate over a referendum on Scottish independence is causing some in the Conservative party to consider federalism
Mar
22