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Video: “Jagged Edge” authors bring book discussion to Pontypridd

22 December 2022

The Hiraeth Podcast recorded a talk on the groundbreaking new volume at Storyville Books

Voting rights for prisoners “rendered illusory”, study finds

19 December 2022

The academic article by Robert Jones and Gregory Davies, published in the UK’s leading law journal the Modern Law Review, provides the first in-depth empirical investigation of prisoner voting in the UK

“A Perfect Storm”: new analysis portrays difficult Welsh Draft Budget

15 December 2022

The WFA team had previously explained that record inflation would wipe out hundreds of millions of pounds from the real-terms value of the Welsh budget

Video: Brittle with Relics

7 December 2022

Richard King reflects on devolution and protest at Annual Lecture

Justice book highlighted in Westminster debate

6 December 2022

The central premise of a new book from academics at Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre formed the backdrop to a Westminster Hall debate by MPs last week

Record inflation to squeeze Welsh budget, says Wales Fiscal Analysis

5 December 2022

Record-breaking inflation has eroded the real terms value of the Welsh Government’s spending plans to the tune of £800m in 2023-24 and £600m in 2024-25 – despite additional funding from the Autumn Statement - according to a new report from the Wales Fiscal Analysis team

Video: Explaining 100 years of single party dominance

29 November 2022

Full Richard Wyn Jones lecture now available

Autumn Statement: Initial Analysis

18 November 2022

Within hours of the Autumn Statement, the Wales Fiscal Analysis team published an initial response

A UK road sign with directions to a prison

People from England’s most deprived areas ten times more likely to be in prison, analysis finds

16 November 2022

Data have been published as academics issue a response to plans for ‘Super Prison’ in Chorley

What is happening in Scotland and Wales?

14 November 2022

Join us to assess whether Scotland and Wales are really on the same path, and whether there is any turning back…