While there’s more media to consume than ever before, content about Wales has reduced sharply – the IWA’s new Media Audit finds. Lee Waters discusses the report.
In light of his recent death, Adam Somerset reviews Denis Healey’s autobiography ‘The time of my life’.
John Dixon examines the implications of a new Labour leader for Plaid Cymru.
Lia Hind argues that the valid debate around healthcare in Wales has been derailed by politics and politicians.
Alan Trench looks at whether a separate Welsh legal jurisdiction should be established.
Andy Bevan details how a citizen service in Wales could offer support for the current refugee crisis.
Janet Finch-Saunders says council mergers should be subject to a referendum
Hannah Frederika Lawson considers the Trade Union Bill’s impact on Wales.
Daran Hill says the decision to stop Ministerial Decision Reports is an affront to open government in Wales.
Alan Trench says key issues around the implementation of a reserved powers model for Wales could be ducked.