Wales is not becoming more Welsh or more left wing politically, it is becoming more centrist, says David Taylor.
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Gareth Williams gives a pupil’s eye view of a qualification that he says is failing badly in its current flawed design
The trouble with bilingual education: The ever increasing gap between research, policy and practice.
Mirain Rhys looks at the issues around Welsh medium education for children where Welsh isn’t spoken at home.
Daniel G. Williams investigates the contrasting narratives used to describe British compared with Welsh or Scottish nationalism
On the making and making up of Welsh history: A response to David Melding, Robert Stradling and Tim Williams
Richard Wyn Jones responds to recent discussions over his book ‘the Fascist Party in Wales?’.
Tim Williams argues that teaching through the medium of Welsh in English-medium schools damages education
David Taylor says Plaid’s idea of a wiki manifesto is a distraction from engaging the electorate with a serious set of policies
Jon Owen Jones says the creation of Wales’s biggest quango is following a costly pattern
Simon Thomas outlines why a Carmarthen to Aberystwyth train line is so important