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Another four years of pain for public services in Wales?

21 September 2017

Public services in Wales could be facing another four years of cuts according to a new report jointly published today.

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What has devolution ever done for us?

19 September 2017

New data released has revealed that many Welsh people are markedly unimpressed by the difference that devolution has made to their daily lives.

Voting Slip

Understanding the 2017 UK General Election

5 July 2017

Professor Roger Scully shares his analysis of this trend-busting election and its implications for the political parties in Wales.

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Cardiff University student awarded US Fulbright Scholarship

29 June 2017

A Politics student has received a prestigious award from one of the world’s most highly regarded and impactful scholarship programmes, the Fulbright Award.

Houses of Parliament

Pre-election briefing now online

22 May 2017

Professor Roger Scully delivered the pre-election briefing ahead of the snap General Election on 8 June 2017.

A panel of five Labour politicians sit on the stage

Senior Labour politicians discuss future of the Union

30 March 2017

Carwyn Jones AM, Gordon Brown, Kezia Dugdale MSP and Lord John Prescott attended.

Law and Order

Data shows significant surplus prison places in Wales for Welsh prisoners

22 March 2017

These new figures follow the announcement of plans to build a new Category C prison in Port Talbot for up to 1,600 prisoners.

Wales

New report says Welsh fiscal deal set to boost Government coffers by hundreds of millions

13 February 2017

The report assesses the new funding agreement between HM Treasury and the Welsh Government in December 2016.

UK Currency

Funding deal can end threat of the 'Barnett Squeeze'

9 December 2016

A new report assesses three options for the 'funding floor' for Wales.