In 2007, it almost looked like the a plausible anti-Labour alternative for Wales. But things are very different today.
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Simon Hart: Drakeford’s divisive politics must come to an end. In May, Welsh Conservatives offer a better future.
For this year’s Senedd elections, vote for a Welsh Government that will work with the UK Government, not against it.
Evidence suggests the Government needs to tackle people’s anxiety, not conspiracy theories.
Already bottom of the league of home nations in the PISA tables, this means we will fall further behind.
Wales’ newest Member of the Senedd says Welsh voters should reject the appeals of abolitionists and nationalists, end the constitutional tinkering and focus on delivery.
I’m a Welsh-speaker and proud of my heritage – but it’s absurd to charge £10,000 to try and prevent someone renaming their own home.
The Tories’ hard pivot against the Cardiff Bay establishment reveals the power of Welsh devoscepticism
‘Abolish’ are exerting UKIP-style pressure as Paul Davies turns his guns on “cronies and hangers-on in civic society”: the devocracy.
Four decades on, history seems likely to vindicate those who warned that devolution would undermine the United Kingdom.
Also: Plaid suspend high-profile candidate over antisemitic comments; DUP call on O’Neill to ‘step aside’; and Anglesey spared shake-up of Welsh seats.
The battle to re-open state schools rages across the UK. Also: Mohammed Asghar, Conservative member of the Welsh Assembly, passed away this week.
The proposition is backed by more than a third of those prepared to say how they’d vote – including an overwhelming majority of Tories.
Theresa May’s former Chief of Staff takes issue with the Deputy Editor of this site – and argues that the Labour leader may yet make it to Number Ten.
Stephen Booth: Contrary to expectations, the UK may have the upper hand as Brexit negotiations intensify
With its objective being British sovereignty, Johnson’s government can justify economic disruption better than the EU.
The Party is keen to keep a lid on the issue ahead of next year’s Welsh elections, but disaffected activists and challenger parties are putting it on the agenda.
Ahead of next year’s elections, we have to show our sceptical voters that we’re not just another horse on the Cardiff Bay carousel.