Featured Article archive

houses
Jul
30

Wales must stand up to ‘bedroom tax’.

Jamie Insole says Welsh Labour should follow Scotland’s lead on the removal of the spare room subsidy.

womenworkplace
Jul
29

Putting a price on gender inequality

Helen Molyneux says companies should be penalised for not having women on their boards.

Clegg-and-cameron
Jul
28

Busting the austerity myth, part 2

The second part of Gideon Calder’s interview with Peter Hain

capitalism
Jul
27

Busting the austerity myth, part 1

Gideon Calder interviews the former Welsh Secretary, Peter Hain, about his challenge to the neoliberal orthodoxy

publichealth
Jul
24

A welcome step forward for public health

Nesta Lloyd-Jones says the Public Health (Wales) Bill shows we’re serious about public health.

credit-Loyn&Co
Jul
22

When does a ‘house’ cease to be fit for purpose?

Victoria Coombs says homes should work hard to effortlessly meet the needs and aspirations of the end user.

trainrail
Jul
21

Is a “not for profit” just the ticket for Welsh railways?

Nigel Annett says assumptions shouldn’t be made that a “not for profit’ model can work for every sector.

rail
Jul
20

A Rail Mutual for Wales

Andrew Davies looks into a not-for-profit model for the Wales and Borders Rail Franchise

South-Wales-Valleys
Jul
17

Pam Na Fu Cymru – Why Wales Never Was

Huw Williams reviews Pam Na Fu Cymru by Simon Brooks.

letstalkcancer
Jul
16

A public conversation around healthcare

Matthew Kennedy says efforts to engage with the public on healthcare are vital.