Featured Article archive

social-care-wales
Dec
19

A right to die?

Simon Thomas outlines a recent debate on assisted dying.

Caerphilly_Castle,_Wales
Dec
18

The strange death of Welsh history

Huw Bowen says Welsh history is undergoing a terminal demise.

housesofparliament
Dec
18

Using taxation to deliver fairness

Peter Black says taxation is a lever which can be used to alleviate in-work poverty.

womenworkplace
Dec
17

The benefits of a flexible labour market

Nick Ramsay says that the labour market has become more flexible to adapt with the economic climate.

officeworkers
Dec
16

The growing problem of in-work poverty

Jocelyn Davies says the rise of zero hours contracts has seen growing poverty affect those in work in Wales.

housesofparliament
Dec
15

Better intergovernmental relations for better devolution

Alan Trench says more effective intergovernmental relations are vital for devolution moving forward.

waiter
Dec
15

“New” Employment practices

Mike Hedges outlines some of the employment practices affecting people at work in Wales.

bustransport
Dec
12

Waking up on transport issues

Phil Parry says we need a strategic vision of transport policy in Wales.

South-Wales-Valleys
Dec
11

Waken the slumbering dragon

Re-igniting the Welsh economy requires radical measures to support our manufacturing industries says Tegid Roberts

Senedd
Dec
10

Why ‘the Welsh news on ITV’ matters

Phil Henfrey explains the role of Welsh news for ITV.