Featured Article archive

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Jul
30

Social solidarity and the constitution

Michael Keating explains why welfare provision is at the heart of the Scottish independence debate

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Jul
28

TV and the future of Science in Wales

Rhys Charles says that Wales must commit to making TV programmes about STEM subjects.

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Jul
25

Japanese Knotweed: The Silent Nuisance

Mike Hedges looks at the damage caused across Wales by Japanese Knotweed.

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Jul
24

A radical ambivalence

Jasmine Donahaye reflects on the emotional subtleties of nationalism.

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Jul
22

Smoking in cars with children isn’t a private matter

Dr Graham Moore explains why banning smoking in cars with children is a battle worth fighting.

Minister John Griffiths addresses WWF Cymru’s event ‘Rio +20: How Earth Summits have shaped Wales’ journey towards sustainable development’ in the Senedd. Listening to him are Anne Meikle, Head of WWF Cymru and Alun Davies AM (photo courtesy of Peter Williams / WWF Cymru)
Jul
21

It’s time for Wales to pass its own climate law

Jessica McQuade says that Wales is in danger of falling behind on its commitments to tackle climate change.

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Jul
19
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Jul
18

The Black Route: the right decision?

Stuart Cole responds to the Welsh Government’s announcement of a new £936m motorway around Newport.

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Jul
17

Financial education in Wales: a pending subject

Bethan Jenkins AM explains why she believes financial education is so important that it needs to be written into law.

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Jul
16

An outbreak of peace, but the war is not over

Daran Hill says moves towards reconciliation in the Welsh Tories will not last