Featured Article archive

Leanne
Aug
28

Chasing Rainbows

Plaid are right to rule out a coalition with the Tories, but for the wrong reasons, says Daran Hill

bbc
Aug
28

Broadcasting for the nations – on the agenda at last

Angela Graham says the First Minister’s letter to the BBC shows a new urgency on the plight of Welsh broadcasting.

David_Cameron
Aug
27

The real Labour tradition

James Lloyd asks whether the Labour Party should look to the right for answers.

carwynjones
Aug
26

Should Welsh Labour embrace Corbyn?

Liz Silversmith looks at how a Labour party, led by Jeremy Corbyn, would play in Wales.

harrietharman
Aug
25

Are you now or have you ever been?

On the day the Labour leadership meets to discuss claims of vote infiltration, Helen Sandler outlines her thoughts at being told she could not vote in the Labour leadership election.

Jeremy_Corbyn-(1)
Aug
24

Labour’s defeat in 2020 is assured, and they did it to themselves.

David R. Howell says Labour will see defeat in 2020, but it won’t be because of Jeremy Corbyn.

medicine385218
Aug
21

Perceptions of value – the cancer drugs fund debate

In the next response from Let’s talk cancer, Jamie Hayes takes a look at the cancer drugs fund debate.

LTC Click
Aug
20

Focusing on the individual – Making cancer feedback permanent

In the next idea from Let’s talk cancer, Jon Antoniazzi considers a permanent feedback mechanism for cancer patients.

cardiffbay
Aug
19

Enterprise Zones: Not a quick economic fix

Mike Hedges AM argues that enterprise zones need to be seen as one arm of the government’s economic strategy and not as the only way of developing the Welsh economy.

resize St_John's_Ambulance
Aug
18

How can we improve the hospital transport experience for cancer patients?

In the next idea from Let’s talk cancer, we look at how the hospital transport service can be improved for people affected by cancer.