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‘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

Money and graph

Shortfall in public finances in Wales due to lower revenues, report finds

2 July 2019

Fiscal gap demonstrates regional imbalance in the UK, academics say

Cardiff Bay

Share of Welsh workforce in the public sector reaches historic low

20 June 2019

In its latest report, Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre reveals that in 2018, 20% of employees in Wales were working in the public sector, down from a peak of 27.4% in 2009.

Civil society brought together to focus on Brexit challenges

30 May 2019

Charles Whitmore, Co-Ordinator of the Wales Civil Society Forum on Brexit, reports back from this month’s successful conference in Belfast.

WGC Justice & Jurisdiction project impacts House of Commons report

17 May 2019

Research carried out by Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre has been “of great assistance” to an inquiry into prison provision, according to Welsh MPs.

Wales faces unprecedented European elections – Video

13 May 2019

Last week, academics from Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre held a briefing event on the 2019 European elections at Cardiff Bay’s iconic Pierhead building.

Senedd building

Devolving benefits could be positive for Welsh budget, according to report

11 April 2019

Giving Wales the same powers over benefits as Scotland could boost the Welsh budget by £200m a year, according to new research from Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre.