This book is the story of the great many people who have immigrated into Wales over the centuries and turned into ‘first class’ Welsh people, regardless of their race or colour.
Big Tech’s muzzling of a US President is a worrying development for all who care about free speech.
Those who wish to pay their respects to John Barnard Jenkins at his funeral may do so as follows
What are we to make of it when people who have real significance for the Welsh national movement, whether there are statues of them or not, come under attack from the radical Left?
For the avoidance of doubt, we want to make it completely clear that we totally reject and condemn any threatening or violent behaviour towards Jake Berry MP, his family, or any other owners of holiday property in Wales.
When the world is changing, maintaining the old order via government subsidies is absolutely the wrong thing to do.
This is an important book. Whatever one’s views on immigration in general, whether for or against, it is a fact of life; a large number of immigrants both from within and outside the UK already live in Wales, and nothing is more certain than the fact that many more will arrive in future. How Wales reacts to their presence will have a vital bearing on the country’s economy and culture for years to come.
What sort of policies should pro-market parties be advocating as Wales recovers from the aftermath of COVID-19 and seeks to rebuild?
As we come towards the close of our first full year in existence as a party, political life in Wales is becoming more interesting than ever. While the red wall held for the time being in South Wales, there’s every reason to believe that the Labour Party’s long dominance over Welsh life is coming to an end and there’s everything to play for.
Terry Breverton is the author of over forty books on Welsh history, and has had a successful career in business and in academia. He now lives in Penarth. He has…