Lleu Williams assesses the significance of new devolution pledges made at Welsh Labour’s conference last weekend
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Gerald Holtham argues we need to rekindle some excitement in Welsh politics if the National Assembly is to grow
Bethan Jenkins says Ministers not schools should be responsible for ensuring financial education is in curriculum
Gareth Hughes says fewer Welsh MPs are the key to implementation of the Silk Commission proposals
John Osmond reports on a seminar in the Senedd this week that looked at the dos and don’ts following a hung election
Daran Hill argues that the sacking of four Conservative AMs from front bench posts is a self-inflicted wound
Jamie O’Hara says when it comes to legislation on active travel, where Wales leads, others follow.
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