Wales


UK, hun?

9 October 2020 Materially, the UK is not a nation – with fewer common experiences than ever before, from schools and policing to borders and governance – argue Medb MacDaibheid and Brian Christopher

From dole to gold

24 August 2020 Today’s welfare system is notoriously punitive, but in the 1980s it provided the basis of future Olympic success, argues Peter Goulding

Cwtch: What Occupy did next in Wales

3 July 2012 Amy Hall reports on how Occupy Swansea has spawned a series of occupied social centres in the city

A new Cymru – Leanne Wood interviewed

28 June 2012 Emma Hughes spoke to Plaid Cymru’s new left-wing leader Leanne Wood

Leanne Wood: Why I’m standing for the Plaid Cymru leadership

30 January 2012 Leanne Wood AM sets out a socialist vision for Wales.

Achub S4C: ‘We want to show there is a place for Welsh’

3 December 2011 Amy Hall talks to the activists fighting to save the only Welsh language television channel

Is England up for it?

24 October 2008 The slow but steady break-up of the United Kingdom signals a new progressive nationalism in Wales as well as Scotland, argues Plaid Cymru Welsh Assembly member Leanne Wood. It could also open up new possibilities in England - but is the English left ready for them?