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Posted on 18 January 2021 by Nye Davies
'We the people' This week saw the launch of ‘Radical Federalism’, a new group with the aim of fostering debate on the constitutional future of the UK. Headlining an event to […]
Posted on 20 May 2020 by Nye Davies
Last week, First Minister Mark Drakeford caused controversy with comments he made about the nature of nationalism. In an interview with the BBC’s Nick Robinson, Drakeford was asked whether he […]
Posted on 10 April 2020 by Nye Davies
The election of Keir Starmer as Labour leader has come during one of the greatest crises that this country has faced. In contrast to the fanfare that usually greets a […]
Posted on 2 April 2020 by Luke Nicholas
This post was written by Nye Davies and Luke Nicholas The First Minister’s decision to draft the leaders of the two largest opposition parties into his Cabinet Core Group is […]
Posted on 13 April 2018 by Nye Davies
At the Welsh Labour Spring Conference next week, the results of the Welsh Labour deputy leadership election will be announced. The first ever election for the new position is being […]
Posted on 11 May 2017 by Nye Davies
He may have been dead for over 100 years but suddenly Karl Marx has become an issue in this election. Within all the General Election coverage, John McDonnell has suddenly […]
Posted on 7 February 2017 by Jac Larner
The issue of measuring the political knowledge of voters is one that can be traced to the origins of modern political science. Without the ability to measure public opinion on […]
Posted on 11 January 2017 by Nye Davies
As John McDonnell calls for a 'radical federal UK' in order to strengthen Labour's position in Scotland, Nye Davies explores the implications for Wales and the tensions arising from different […]
Posted on 20 September 2016 by Nye Davies
Nye Davies examines calls for the Welsh Labour Party to become more autonomous in the wake of the Labour Leadership Election. In 2002 Rhodri Morgan made his famous ‘Clear Red […]
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