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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 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 25 October 2016 by Nye Davies
In light of Dafydd Elis-Thomas' decision to leave the Plaid group, Nye Davies explores the role of Plaid and the opposition in the National Assembly Clement Attlee called it “the […]
Posted on 16 October 2016 by Aled Hughes
With Party Political Broadcasts celebrating their 65th year on our screens this week, Aled Morgan Hughes takes a look at their history and contemporary role in devolved Wales and Scotland… […]
Posted on 12 October 2016 by Jac Larner
In 2003, the National Assembly for Wales made waves worldwide as the first legislature to achieve 50:50 gender balance. Having shown such swift progress on equal representation, the Assembly has […]
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