As a party, Gwlad believes in a small-business driven economy which gives all stakeholders an equal opportunity within a free market.
Attacks on Wales, and the Welsh language in particular are couched in much more primal terms, betraying a deeper sense of fear and loathing of an identity which is essentially unknowable.
Almost a year down the line, there’s still no sign of an Impact Assessment Study into lockdowns from the Welsh Government.
Big Tech’s muzzling of a US President is a worrying development for all who care about free speech.
Gwlad have turned to a passionate member of the London Welsh community to represent them in one constituency at the May Election
(Cymraeg) Mae sibrydion ar droed bod Llywodraeth Cymru yn bwriadu gohirio’r etholiad ym mis Mai.
A new Scottish party is calling for this year’s Holyrood election to be a plebiscite vote on independence.
It will be interesting to see if voters punish parties who try to subvert referendum results.
One of the great advantages that Wales has is the fact that there are no toxic sectarian divisions that are still as problematic as ever in Scotland and Ireland.
Yes Cymru’s olive branch to more conservative-minded people in Wales has been welcomed.