Both the Conservatives and Plaid have gone on the attack, but can anything break Labour’s iron grip on Cardiff Bay this year?
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The playbook learned delivering Brexit is little use when the weight of public opinion is in favour of more restrictions, not fewer.
The party needs to reach parts of the pro-UK electorate that the Tories cannot. Under Leonard, it has signally failed to do so.
Also: Johnson and Gove set to meet to plot their pro-Union strategy as a Tory MSP defends to Nigel Farage’s new party.
Were his allegations against Sturgeon are substantiated, she would probably have to resign, and damage to the broader Nationalist cause could be severe.
Moving them would require primary legislation, but despite bullish official pronouncements there is little certainty that we’ll be voting in May.
Also: civil servant at heart of Salmond fiasco set for retirement windfall; Foster threatened by loyalist terrorist; and Bogdanor attacks federalist folly.
The Province must be included in Johnson’s mission to make Westminster a positive and pro-active force in every part of the country.
Our survey. The advent of the new Covid strain and the vaccine sees a swing towards maintaining lockdown
Support for the Government maintaining its present course takes a plurality of the votes, and that for easing restrictions faster loses its majority.
It symbolises the way national policy injured specific communities, and the promise that Brexit would change Westminster’s priorities.
In a self-repudiating speech, he sets out his plan to ‘make the case for the United Kingdom’ by making it as insignificant to our lives as he possibly can.
Emergency proxies and postal votes: how the Government intends to ensure the local elections go ahead in May
As Wales and Scotland prepare to potentially delay them again, no such provisions are being made for England.
If the Government won’t force the Tory shires to build more houses, perhaps it should bribe them instead
It’s time to stop pretending there is any way to solve the shortage without building in the South and face up to what it will take to get that done.
An embattled Scottish local authority is trying to bypass Holyrood’s stranglehold and appeal to the city’s other government. Time for the Union to prove itself.
The last week of term is scarcely critical. Is he trying to avoid letting Greenwich set a precedent – or just squaring off with the unions?