Geraint Talfan Davies takes issues with Simon Brooks’ notion that Wales is becoming a city state
Simon Brooks bemoans the centralisation of Wales in Cardiff.
Oliver Townsend outlines new evidence that backs investment in preventative health and social care measures.
Dr Richard Greville looks at a recent survey asking consultants for their view of drugs availability in Wales.
Bethan Jenkins outlines some of the issues that parties will need to consider ahead of any discussion of air strikes against ‘Islamic State’.
Roger Scully considers the implications of political events at a UK level on next year’s Assembly elections.
Ed Poole and Guto Ifan look at the changes in spending on health across the UK.
Dame Rosemary Butler outlines why she believes the Wales Bill needs to be amended in order to deliver for the people of Wales.
How can the Welsh city regions fit with the rise of the English Mayor? Nicolas Webb examines.
Alexander Philips considers some options to remedy the recent problems with transparency in Cardiff Bay.