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Brexit, Devolution and the General Election: Philip Rycroft to deliver 2019 Annual Lecture

8 November 2019

The UK’s former leading Brexit civil servant will deliver the 2019 Wales Governance Centre Annual Lecture

EU and UK flags

Future of England Survey reveals public attitudes towards Brexit and the union

24 October 2019

Academics call for responsible debate as findings show the breakup of the UK is a widely expected consequence of Brexit

Call for participants: UKexit, territorial politics and the constitution

22 October 2019

A workshop for early career researchers has been organised by Wales Governance Centre academics

Video: Hon Julia Gillard AC on Gender, Politics and Leadership

8 October 2019

Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre hosted the former Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, for a discussion event with Professor Laura McAllister

Inside a modern prison

Action needed to reduce Wales’ prison population

25 September 2019

Academics call for “national conversation” about prison rates

The red bricked Pierhead Building in Cardiff Bay on a sunny day.

Colloquium: Perspectives on the History of Welsh Conservatism

6 September 2019

To mark the lodging on the Welsh Conservative Assembly Group’s papers from the first decade of devolution in the National Library for Wales, this special colloquium will explore different perspectives on the history of the Welsh Conservatives

‘The Case for Change’ – National Eisteddfod speech by Jeremy Miles

14 August 2019

Minister calls for ‘radical change’ to UK state

Prisoner's hands clasped around prison bars

Self-harm incidents in Welsh prisons reach new high

7 August 2019

Academic calls for all Wales-only data to be freely available

Cardiff Bay

Spending on justice system for Wales cut by a fifth since start of austerity

5 August 2019

Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre has published the first comprehensive analysis of spending on the justice system at a Welsh level

Coins and notes

New report analyses £13.7 billion deficit in Wales’ public finances

29 July 2019

Austerity cuts have reduced spending and deficit significantly, experts say