Archive for September, 2012

lexsalmond
Sep
30

The pleb relationship between the countries of these islands

Ian Bell ponders what Scots who simply want more powers will do in the 2014 referendum

Botanic2
Sep
29
Around 8,600 sick and disabled Welsh women who receive Contribution Based Employment and Support Allowance could face losing their entitlement as a result of the changes
Sep
28

38,340 Welsh women face losing eligibility for benefits

Gareth Williams argues that the UK Government’s welfare cuts will cause economic difficulties for many families

WoodlandWales
Sep
27

Welsh farmers challenge to grow more trees

John Osmond says the Welsh Government’s 100,000-hectare target will only be achieved if land owners are persuaded it is in their self interest

Carole-Anne Davies
Sep
26

We need to design better neighbourhoods for Wales

Carole-Anne Davies explains how you can break the rules and deliver enhanced community living

Owen Smith MP Shadow Secretary of State for Wales
Sep
25

Labour should fuse patriotism with progressive politics

John Osmond reports that the Shadow Secretary of State for Wales believes his party needs to embrace a national mission

houses-of-parliament
Sep
24

A Welsh answer to the West Lothian question

Gerald Holtham explains why MPs from Wales should continue to vote on English matters at Westminster

Mererid-Hopwood1
Sep
23

Who are our Welsh heroes?

John Osmond reports on the first IWA Galeri Owain Glyn Dŵr Day annual lecture

Iolo-Morganwg-o-flaen-yr-e-coleg
Sep
22

Maes Gwyrdd, the green vision that lived

Vicky Moller looks back at the inaugural celebration of all things ecological launched at this year’s National Eisteddfod

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Sep
21

Assembly should have say in choice of Quango chairs

Mark Drakeford argues that Committees in the Senedd should scrutinise key Welsh Government appointments