Archive for November, 2012

Leveson2
Nov
30

Leveson hits the right notes

Geraint Talfan Davies says Lord Leveson has been right to say the press cannot continue be judge and jury in its own cause

VOC5.2
Nov
29

Welsh education sails away from England by staying on course

Philip Dixon says yesterday’s Qualifications Review means incremental change that will build on the current system

Welsh dragon - lost direction?
Nov
28

As others (at the Economist) see us

Daniel Knowles, reporting for the right wing journal from Cardiff, reckons that these days Wales is a bit of a reluctant dragon

Paul-Silk1
Nov
27

Welsh Government prepares ground for agreeing tax powers

John Osmond reports on yesterday’s Changing Union conference on the Silk Commission’s recommendations for devolving fiscal responsibility to Wales

Audiences enjoy a performance beneath Edinburgh castle
Nov
26

Cardiff still needs to aspire to be capital of culture

Yvette Vaughan Jones assesses what has been achieved in the four years since Cardiff mounted its ill-fated bid

Construction-work-in-Olso
Nov
25
Better-Together,-the-Scottish-No-campaign
Nov
24

Scottish perspectives 1: Problem with the ‘No’ men

Gerry Hassan objects to the strident tone in which the case for the union is being deployed north of the border

Police
Nov
23

New Police Commissioners step into a vacuum

Owain ap Gareth finds that piecemeal tinkering with democratic reform fails to engage voters

Supreme-Court
Nov
22
Ely-Bridge-development
Nov
21

Overcoming Cardiff’s block on family housing

Mark Barry argues that the Welsh capital should adopt a European central city planning model for its development