It’s inconceivable that Plaid Cymru won’t make pressing for an independence referendum the price for its support in a coalition with Labour.
Health is one of the most pressing issues to get right in the upcoming Welsh Parliament elections.
May 6, 2021 will be a key day in our history. We now urgently need a Welsh Conservative administration in Cardiff Bay.
One of the questions that presents itself during lockdown, is: what are the nine million or so who have or are being furloughed doing with their time?
We need MEPs from a party whose commitment is not just informed by the desire to leave but also by a vision of what we should do when we have left.
Our system needs a means of ensuring that a Remain Parliament honours a Leave referendum – and that this principle is applied more broadly.
Social media providers should be required to present UK consumers with an ongoing, highly visible, simple, unavoidable choice over its use.
The centenary of the Co-operative Party challenges us to re-assert the link between conservatism and the mutual economic model.
Cardiff Bay’s fixation on state provision is totally at odds with Wales’ co-operative, community-based traditions.
Our 1997 devolution referendum was won by just 7,000 votes on a turnout of just over 50 per cent, but nobody suggested we re-run that.
A business-friendly Welsh Conservative administration won’t just generate jobs but also the funds for the strong public services that the people of Wales deserve.
The Labour administration has failed to spread the benefits of localism. The Welsh Conservatives would do things differently.
It’s Labour, not the Conservatives, who stand for an anything-goes individualism.