- Cambria Politico looks at plans to sell of Welsh assets.
- Matt Withers looks at the time Gordon Brown is spending on the economy.
- Adam Price gives his views on top-up fees.
- David Jones comments on the arrest of Tory MP Damian Green. More here from Peter Black, Damon Lord and Miss Wagstaff.
- Bevan Foundation asks if the PBR has short changed Wales.
- Tomorrow’s Wales looks at the need to be positive about the referendum.
Friday, 28 November 2008
Thursday, 27 November 2008
- Betsan Powys questions who’s to blame for job losses in Maesteg.
- Bethan Jenkins comments on news Labour AM’s have been told not to discuss the Yes campaign. More here from Guerrilla Welsh Fare.
- David Jones looks at the view that new Labour is dead.
- Peter Black looks at the One Wales Agreement on the referendum.
- John Dixon is less than impressed with the way the Government and Tories are dealing with the economic troubles.
- Guerrilla Welsh Fare notes rising unemployment.
- Ian Johnson provides reaction to the PBR.
- Miserable Old Fart says Wales is for sale.
- Politics Cymru looks at Bethan Jenkins campaign and Eluned Morgan’s future.
- Tomorrow’s Wales asks what the real case for more powers.
Wednesday, 26 November 2008
- Betsan Powys looks at reaction to the PBR. More her from Plaid Bontnewydd.
- Cambria Politico notes Darren Millar’s views on devolution.
- Huw Lewis highlights his lecture to the Institute of Wales Politics.
- Peter Black looks at top-up fees. More here from John Dixon and Marcus Warner.
- Guerrilla Welsh Fare looks at David Cameron’s comments on evolution.
- Politics Cymru discusses the political issues in Wales on their pod cast.
- Up the Valleys says Labour have been gagged on the referendum.
Tuesday, 25 November 2008
Monday, 24 November 2008
- Paul Flynn looks at Nick Clegg’s leadership.
- Glyn Davies looks at the pre-budget report.
- Peter Black examines student debt. More here from Welsh Ramblings.
- John Dixon looks at Cameron’s U-Turn.
- Guerrilla Welsh Fare looks at things getting catty in the Lib Dem leadership race.
- Miss Wagstaff notes Leighton Adnrews ruling himself out of the Labour leadership race.
- Ordovicius noted Huw Lewis on the defensive and looks at David Cameron’s views on devolution.
- Tomorrow Wales says the case for primary powers is overwhelming.
- Welsh Ramblings looks at Huw Lewis’ defence of Labour as anti-welsh.
Friday, 21 November 2008
- Betsan Powys looks at Leighton Andrews position in the Labour party. She also looks at the Lib Dem leadership contest. More on that here from Glyn Davies.
- Vaughan Roderick looks at Labour’s support for independence. Translation here from Ordovicius. More here from Welsh Ramblings.
- Tomos Livingstone looks at the idea of an early election.
- Leighton Andrews suggest Welsh Labour needs a debate. Reaction here from Ordovicius and Politics Cymru.
- Valley’s Mam has some thoughts for Friday.
- Wales First looks at whose spending Welsh taxpayer’s money.
Thursday, 20 November 2008
Sorry for the lay off!
- Betsan Powys looks at how to make an LCO. More here from Peter Black.
- IWA looks at fiscal federalism.
- Vaughan Roderick looks at Nick Bourne’s leadership worries. Translation here from Ordovicius.
- Bethan Jenkins looks at job losses in Merthyr. More here from Huw Lewis, Dylan Jones Evans and Valleys Mam (in a very familiar new layout!).
- Glyn Davies heaps praise on Cameron.
- Heledd Fychan notes Kirsty hasn’t come off well in the 21st Century Wales review.
- Marcus Warner looks at Labour’s position in Wales.
- Miserable Old Fart says Labour hasn’t changed.
- Welsh Ramblings suggests Jonathan Morgan has been up to his old tricks again.
Monday, 17 November 2008
- IWA presents its new book 21st Century Wales. More here from Peter Black, Up the Valleys, Welsh Ramblings and the Bevan Foundation.
- Vaughan Roderick asks what is the purpose of the Lib Dems.
- David Jones defends George Osborne. More here from Glyn Davies.
- Leanne Wood looks at job losses in the written press.
- John Dixon looks at the Governments decision on the Post Office Card Account.
- Ian Johnson looks at the Bevan Foundations Evolution of Devolution pamphlet.
- Valley’s Mam looks at the issue of presumed consent.
- Welsh Ramblings highlights what you haven’t read in the papers.
Friday, 14 November 2008
- Betsan Powys looks at Alun Michaels' views on devolution.
- Cambrian Politico notes a Tory expulsion in Europe.
- Adam Price’s latest Golwg column looks at the military academy in St Athan.
- Vaughan Roderick thinks things are getting very nasty between Kirsty and Jenny.
- Huw Lewis isn’t happy with Adam Price.
- Glyn Davies examines the LCO situation.
- The Bevan Foundation reports on its withdrawal of a Labour conference.
- Heledd Fychan looks at Plaid’s Winter Campaign.
- Tomorrow Wales notes a letter one of its members has sent to the Western Mail.
Thursday, 13 November 2008
- IWA looks at tools for the recession.
- Matt Withers points out a slight oversight by Jenny Randerson. He doesn’t leave Kirsty Williams off the hook either.
- Bethan Jenkins reports on here work on e-democracy.
- David Jones has a spat with Adam Price as well as Gordon Brown’s PMQ’s and the Welsh Select Committees report.
- Peter Black looks at the tensions regarding the Housing LCO.
- Glyn Davies comments on the British or Welsh debate. More here from Guerrilla Welsh Fare, Up The Valleys and Ordovicius.
- Amlwch to Magor looks at the trust we have in our AM’s.
- Guerrilla Welsh Fare looks at Nick Bourne’s leadership and the battle between Kirsty and Jenny.
- Marcus Warner looks at a GB football team.
Wednesday, 12 November 2008
- Betsan Powys says the gloves are off in the Lib Dem leadership race. More here from Peter Black.
- Vaughan Roderick looks at the leadership of the Conservatives. Translation here from Ordovicius.
- David Jones takes issue with Plaid’s leaflets in Caerphilly.
- Dylan Jones Evans looks at the latest unemployment figures.
- Marcus Warner looks at the issues surrounding taxation.
- Welsh Ramblings suggests the Lib Dems are planning for Government.
Monday, 10 November 2008
- Bethan Jenkins looks at the Western Mails claims of a crisis for One Wales. More here from Peter Black and Welsh Ramblings.
- David Jones shows the Conservatives and Peter Hain are in tune.
- Paul Flynn looks at Lembits failed bid to be president of the Lib Dems. More here from Glyn Davies, Peter Black, Valley’s Mam and Miss Wagstaff.
- Half Blood Welshman looks at Glenrothes and America.
- Heledd Fychan gives her views on a number of issues.
- Miserable Old Fart looks at some reasons the SNP didn’t win.
- Wales First gives a devolution round up.
Friday, 7 November 2008
- Betsan Powys revisits the housing LCO row. More here from Peter Black.
- Dylan Jones-Evans looks at the issue of late payments.
- Glyn Davies looks at the issue of presumed consent.
- Amlwch to Magor looks at the Glenroths by-election. More her from Miserable Old Fart and Plaid Casnewydd.
- Guerrilla Welsh Fare takes issue with some Lib Dem Bloggers. Ian Johnson looks at the referendum and Kirsty Williams’ absence.
- Tomorrow Wales looks at the LCO process.
- Welsh Ramblings suggests Kirsty is aiming a little high.
Thursday, 6 November 2008
- Betsan Powys looks at the Lord Roberts report. More here from Vaughan Roderick, Bethan Jenkins, Leanne Wood, Peter Black, John Dixon, Glyn Davies and Ordovicius.
- IWA looks at the threat to regional press.
- Tom Bodden looks at David Melding’s bid for a Welsh honours system. More here from Guerrilla Welsh Fare.
- Tomos Livingstone asks if Brown is fundamentally strong.
- Adam Price gives some questions and letter to Paul Murphy.
- Amlwch to Magor gives some good odds on an Obama – Clegg alliance.
- Tomorrow Wales looks at mobilising the youth.
- Wales First set Nick Bourne a challenge.
- Welsh Ramblings states the end of the Welsh conservatives.
Tuesday, 4 November 2008
- Tomos Livingstone looks at the St Athan training facility.
- Peter Black takes issue with Jenny Randerson’s gimmicks.
- Glyn Davies looks at the Lib Dems internal elections.
- Dylan Jones-Evans gives his solutions to saving the ‘real economy.’
- Guerrilla Welsh Fare looks at the performance of Tory councils.
- Ian Johnson suggests the Lib Dems still don’t understand devolution.
- Tomorrow Wales looks at the conventions call for evidence.