(English) There have been significant periods where no Prince of Wales was appointed and the title remained vacant, most recently between 1936 and 1958. Wales managed quite happily without a Prince during this period.
(English) Who are ‘Labour for an Independent Wales’ and what game are they playing?
(English) Between them, Severn Trent and United Utilities extract more than 1,100 million litres of water a day from Welsh reservoirs.
(English) We have a unique opportunity to establish Wales as a world leader in tidal power.
(English) Unlike government vaccine passports, the IATA Travel Pass will be free to all passengers and is not mandatory – it is a balanced solution to a specific problem.
(English) We are sitting on our own gas reserves associated with our coalfields and we should be trying to develop these as an alternative energy source in place of imports.
(English) A few years ago, when I first heard about the concept of a Citizens Income – also known as a Universal Basic Income – I was very sceptical.
(English) One of the common arguments used against Welsh Independence is that we could not afford to pay our share of the very large UK National Debt.
But if this share is properly calculated according to international norms, an independent Wales would be due a hefty cash rebate from the UK government making the remaining debt payments much more manageable.
(English) The recent Government Expenditure & Revenue Wales Report (GERW) published by the Wales Governance Centre indicated that Wales is currently running a large and unsustainable budget deficit. However, within the detail of the report it is clear that our devolved Wales is being forced to carry costs that an independent Wales would not need to carry.
Mae’n ddrwg gennym, nid yw’r cofnod hwn ar gael yn yr iaith hon eto.