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Assembly vote paves way for Welsh Parliament

15 October 2018

Professor Laura McAllister, of Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre, has welcomed last week’s vote to allow the introduction of new legislation to reform the National Assembly for Wales.

May’s ‘Precious Union’ has little support in Brexit Britain

9 October 2018

Theresa May’s ‘precious Union’ has little in the way of meaningful support from her own supporters or self-professed Unionists in other parties, research suggests.

The outside of a prison facility

New data reveals scale of drug and alcohol finds in Welsh prisons

10 September 2018

Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre has presented new findings on drugs, alcohol and homelessness to the House of Commons’ Welsh Affairs Committee.

An image of the interior of a prison

Widespread dispersal of prisoners revealed in new data

20 August 2018

Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre today revealed the most detailed picture yet of the prison population in Wales.

Richard Wyn Jones

Justice in Wales?

6 August 2018

Potential for distinctly Welsh justice system debated at Eisteddfod event.

Roger Scully

One-party dominance of Wales examined

1 August 2018

Wales’s experience of democratic politics is ‘arguably pathological’.


Does National Assembly need an overhaul?

27 July 2018

Eisteddfod will hear why experts are calling for changes


Justice and Jurisdiction project provides important and timely insights

12 July 2018

Academics at heart of debate in Wales

UK Currency

Risks and opportunities for devolved taxes set out in new expert report

2 July 2018

The report highlights that the performance of the Welsh economy will directly impact potential future tax receipts.