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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

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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…

Justice book “highlights the dysfunction in our system” – Welsh Minister

11 November 2022

The Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution, Mick Antoniw, highlighted the book during discussions on the devolution of policing

Welsh Budget Outlook 2022: Breakfast Briefing

9 November 2022

Ahead of the Welsh Government’s Draft Budget for 2023−24, join the WFA team for a discussion of a new briefing report on the outlook for the Welsh Budget and the challenges ahead

“Deeply confusing” English governance highlighted by new report

3 November 2022

MPs echo Richard Wyn Jones’ suggestion for a cross-party commission to resolve how England is governed


Welsh Election Study team to shed light on 100 years of Welsh Labour dominance

31 October 2022

The event will mark the centenary of the 1922 general election, the first at which Labour won the most votes and seats in Wales