David Cameron believes ‘we’re all Thatcherites now’. In one North Wales town battered by her policies they beg to differ and community cooperatives are on the rise…
Leanne Wood has gone from outsider to favourite in the Plaid leadership race in under a month. Rob Williams talks to her about her background, socialism, independence and the future for Plaid Cymru.
With the Plaid Cymru leadership election campaign under way two candidates in particular have made the early running and have helped banish thoughts of a long lost leader…
They’ve broken democracy down in Cardiff Bay, with the help of a couple of administrative errors and a whole lot of incompetence.
Homophobic slurs, large inflatable pigs, rugby players mumbling and one almighty political row brewing. The Welsh referendum campaign is turning into an important, if bizarre, public debate.
With campaigning in the Welsh referendum firmly underway Rob Williams looks at the chaos being caused by a less than predictable No campaign.
Hundreds of counter-protesters and police. Political and religious figures in uproar. And the media in a frenzy. Even the taxi drivers went on strike. But what did the EDL demo in Cardiff actually demonstrate?
Bethan Jenkins is Wales’s youngest politician, a socialist, a nationalist and a veteran campaigner. And she’s only twenty eight. I ask her about the roots of her political identity, her patronising elders and, of course, Robert Green.
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