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UK tax plans assessed for Welsh impact

23 September 2022

On the day of the most significant fiscal event for fifty years, the Wales Fiscal Analysis team produced an explanation of the distributional impacts on Welsh taxpayers

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New book deepens Welsh independence debate

15 September 2022

Research from Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre is highlighted extensively in a new book by one of Wales’ leading journalists

Wales Governance Centre Annual Lecture: Postponed

9 September 2022

Brittle with Relics lecture postponed to November

Racial disparity in Welsh arrests revealed by new data

3 September 2022

New Wales-only data have been published which confirm the extent of racial disparities in arrest rates by police forces in Wales

Brittle with Relics author confirmed for Yes vote twenty fifth anniversary lecture

11 August 2022

The twenty fifth anniversary of 1997 referendum that led to the establishment of the Senedd and Welsh Government will be marked in the Wales Governance Centre annual lecture

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Watch: Why does Labour win in Wales?

9 August 2022

One party dominance underpinned by ‘Welsh worldview’

Labour’s Welsh dominance to be explained at Eisteddfod

1 August 2022

In his lecture the political commentator and scholar, Richard Wyn Jones, will use data from the Welsh Election Study to explain the Labour Party's grip on the Welsh electorate

Policing and Devolution: The ‘Special Case’ of Wales

28 July 2022

Policing has been transformed in Wales by the advent of devolution, according to an academic article co-authored by Dr Rob Jones of Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre

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Welsh Government “constitutional nuance” unique in UK

1 July 2022

Publication analyses Welsh ambiguity towards UK sovereignty

Welsh national identity central to outcome of 2021 Senedd elections, research concludes

9 June 2022

Data analysed from the Welsh Election Study