Jamie O’Hara says when it comes to legislation on active travel, where Wales leads, others follow.
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Mike Hedges says that Wales should follow practice across the democratic world and give control of law enforcement to the Welsh Government
To the polls…again; Wales: the future and the present; All for one, one for all; Carwyn expands Cabinet as Leighton exits front bench; Did Leanne spook Leighton?
The campaign for Europe commences; Super Nan wins again; The £100,000 club; The future’s bright for the energy isle; How Wales can lead in public service change
All’s fair in Committee Wales; The Queen Speaks on Wales’ Elections; The end of the Spring Conference season; New buy scheme collapses; Talk of Labour-Plaid Coalition for Anglesey
Answering the Clwyd West question: again; The return of Adam Price?; Getting from A to B may be about to get a lot easier; A reshuffle… of sorts; McKay Commission points way to confederal UK
Welsh language standards rejected; New law on equal representation?; Who’d want to be a Health Minister?; Where Welsh left could meet Welsh right
Presiding Officer ponders over Assembly equality; How to finance small businesses in Wales… see Germany; EU versus fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists
First Bill given the all clear; Welsh Government prepares ground for agreeing tax powers; Education overhaul spells trouble for Local Authorities; Elections? What Elections?
Legal Tussles galore; Changes for Plaid Cymru; All aboard the barrage bandwagon; Borrowing Powers announcement leaves Wales waiting for Silk