Labour/Plaid’s plans to expand the Senedd look more like a plan to entrench their own interests.
(English) As a party, we would favour reducing the existing 22 councils to around 6, but give these authorities genuine power over local matters,
(English) Does anyone really think that Welsh Labour could have clung on to power here for a 100 years, if we had a real open society with citizens fully informed?
Mae hanes yn ein dysgu i fod yn wyliadwrus iawn pan fo gwladwriaeth yn hawlio plant iddyn nhw eu hunain uwchlaw rhieni.
(English) A pioneering health-related venture in Wales shows how farming land can still be vital for our prospects as a nation.
Wedi 23 o flynyddoedd wrth y llyw, a dim gwelliant economaidd o gwbwl o dan Lafur Cymru, efallai’n wir bod hi’n syniad rhoi cynnig ar ddull gwahanol o wario.
(English) The party were amongst the sponsors of Saturday’s cricket match between Glamorgan and Durham – the first publicly attended game for two years.
(English) One of the pressing issues in the county council elections in May will be the state of the economy.
(English) Everything came together perfectly last night, almost as if to announce to the world: this is how Wales can be as a nation if only we can shake off our political shackles.
(English) The issue of homes – such a hot potato here in Wales – has sprung to the top of the political agenda this week.