Archive for July, 2012

The-Silk-commission-meeting-in-November-2011
Jul
31

Following Scotland has run its course

Gerald Holtham argues that building the economy must now precede more political autonomy for Wales

Flooding at Dol y Bont River
Jul
30

Freak storms bring more floods to Wales

Chris Mills argues that we must make ourselves more resilient to changing weather patterns resulting from climate change

Stepping-Razor-Performance-2011-Wysing-Arts-Center-Cambridge2
Jul
29

Bedwyr for the Biennale

Jonathan Brooks-Jones reveals the latest developments in the career of one of Wales’ most eclectic and quirky artists

Ronnie Corbett (left), Ronnie Barker, and John Cleese (right), in the class-based 1960's comedy sketch, 'Three Ages of Man'
Jul
28

Who looks down on who at the BBC

Lydia Graystone questions how far Radio 4 is the voice of the establishment in Britain

Carwyn-Jones-interview-pic
Jul
27

Welsh Government conflicted over involvement with media

Angela Graham unpicks Cathays Park’s response to an Assembly investigation into how Wales will communicate in future

Cynog Dafis (left), pictured here with Ieuan Wyn Jones
Jul
26

Accepting one party rule in Wales

Gareth Hughes argues that those urging a coalition with Labour are failing in their democratic duty as an opposition

Parliament
Jul
25

English votes for English laws a flexible solution

David Melding outlines the submission he made to the McKay Commission on the consequences of devolution for the House of Commons

Job-Centre-6
Jul
24

Wales breaks £10,000 spending per head barrier

Eurfyl ap Gwilym unpicks some Welsh statistics in the Treasury’s latest annual report

Train-at-Colwyn-Bay
Jul
23

North Wales needs strategic vision

Ken Skates says the region must not be left behind in the race to modernise our rail infrastructure

Angela Merkel
Jul
22

Europe’s missing union

David Marquand says we can no longer take for granted that the democratisation of Europe is a done deed